Unorthodox Solutions - Using Slime to Clean Your Console!    
If you have kids, you know that the "slime craze" is huge right now. Tweens are going through glue by the gallon, and there are so many recipes online - with borax, without borax, using contact solution, liquid starch, glitter, food coloring, even recipes for glow in the dark or magnetic slime. 
And if your kids are anything like mine, the real draw is making the slime. They do play with it, but quickly the yield is overwhelming and you wind up with more than you know what to do with. So naturally, I started looking for things that we could do with all our slime. 
It turns out, slime is one of those amazing cleaning hacks for your car. Because of the texture, it can get into each crevice, pick up all the crumbs and dust with the slightly sticky surface, and yet leave no residue on the surface itself. 
I press it along my vents to pick up dust, in my cupholders, in my door handles and around all my buttons, and I'm shocked at how much dust and grime is hiding! It's really given my instrument panel and center console a good deep cleaning! 
When the slime is officially dirty itself, you can toss it, knowing that it's served a good purpose! 
If don't have a slime maker in your house, and you don't want to embrace your inner tween and make it yourself, you can pick up a can of slime in the toy/party favor aisle of most big box or dollar stores!

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