For months, Siobhan Quinn thought she was winning the battle between electronics, social media, and her 11-year-old daughter Kathleen. While Kathleen was at a sleepover, she woke up in extreme pain. As she cried out to her parents, they noticed that her hands were turning red and slowly blistering.
Kathleen's parents rushed her to a hospital, where the little girl was diagnosed with second and third degree burns, likely from extended exposure to Borax. "Her skin finally had enough".
Kathleen has to sleep in splints until she's better.
"She always wore gloves, she never submerged her hands into the chemicals, we were careful of that".
I am showing my age by saying that I played with the original Slime® product made by Mattel in the mid-1970s, hawked on television by the Star Trek's legendary Leonard Nimoy.
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The ingredients for most slime recipes include glue, water and the household cleaner Borax.
According to CBS News, Borax is safe if it's properly diluted, but it's possible for someone to have a strong reaction to it. It can also be risky if inhaled or ingested.
She told WECT6 that she hopes other parents will take note of the potentially harmful effects of the project.
When Quinn picked her up the next day, she was crying in pain.
Kathleen's mom, Siobhan, says her daughter tried out a YouTube recipe that included borax, which says on the box to "keep out of the reach of children" and it is an "eye irritant".
"My youngest wanted to make slime this week and pointed at the liquid corn starch".