DIY slime burns 11-year-old girl

DIY slime burns 11-year-old girl

DIY slime burns 11-year-old girl

Kathleen's mother says her daughter had made the slime many times before without any problems. I encouraged it and bought all the stuff. "She was being a little scientist".

"[It] is meant to be a household cleaner or an additive for your laundry". Rebekha D'Stephano of Manchester, England, told the Manchester Evening News earlier this month that her 10-year-old daughter, Deejay Jemmett, suffered chemical burns to her hands after making "unicorn slime".

Other incidents of burns related to the DIY "slime" have also been reported.

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"She was like crying in pain, 'My hands hurt, my hands hurt, ' " Siobhan Quinn, Kathleen's mother, told CBS.

"Just because you have it around, just because it seems to be perfectly safe for those types of applications doesn't mean it should be used in anything else, particularly household slime", Dickerson told WCVB last week. One child in MA ended up with third-degree burns on her hands, and now, her mother is speaking out about the dangers. While Kathleen was at a sleepover, she woke up in extreme pain.

Michaels has installed "Slime Headquarters" on aisle endcaps, with displays sporting glue and slime mix-ins like beads and glitter, according to the Associated Press. "From there it got worse". She said her daughter might be "looking at plastic surgery".

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Quinn hopes this message will resonate with other mothers.

There's a warning for parents about a popular DIY project for kids.

"Quinn said she feels 'terrible" after watching Kathleen suffer through the burns, which caused her to miss a week of school.

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Doctors have warned that using Borax to make slime could be toxic if not safely diluted, CBS News reports.

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