Other Ingredients & Equipment You'll Need:
Mixing Bowls (2)
White Candy Ball Sprinkles
Small Plastic Snakes
Total Recipe Weights:
132 grams Citric Acid
264 grams Baking Soda
400 grams Epsom salt
100 grams Hawaiian Black Salt
2 grams Fun Soap Colorant- Neon Green
4 grams Fun Soap Colorant- Brown Oxide
11 grams Mr. Pepper MD Fragrance Oil
This recipe is best prepared in non-humid climates.
Step 1: First, weigh out and mix 264 grams of baking soda, 132 grams of citric acid, 400 grams Epsom salt, and 11 grams Mr. Pepper MD Fragrance Oil. If there are any clumps, break them up with your hands.
Step 2: Divide mixture into 2 bowls. The first bowl needs to contain 200 grams of
mixture (this will be your green grass).
The second bowl will contain the remainder of the mixture (this will be
Step 3: To your green grass bowl, add the following: 2 grams of Neon Green FUN soap coloring. Mix thoroughly.
Step 4: To your brown dirt bowl, add the following: 100 grams Hawaiian black salt, and 4 grams of brown oxide FUN soap coloring. Mix thoroughly. Sprinkle some white candy ball sprinkles into your dirt bowl so that it looks more like potting soil.
Step 5: Spoon some of the brown dirt mixture into your jars. Place a plastic snake inside the jars. Cover with more dirt.
Step 6: Place a small amount of green grass mixture on the very top layer of your jars, and place a snake on top of this layer.
Your Snakes in the grass bath fizzie is ready to use. Simply spoon a small amount into your tub. Do not allow water to enter jars or the mixture will become hard in the jars.
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