Magic Mushrooms- Instamorph

Kodi

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That is super interesting. I can't stop imagining the possibilities! The website says great for making toys so hopefully they would test for toxins before making a claim like that. It does seem a bit expensive though.
 

viper69

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That is super interesting. I can't stop imagining the possibilities! The website says great for making toys so hopefully they would test for toxins before making a claim like that. It does seem a bit expensive though.
The Dendro people often have deeper pockets than the T people IMO in terms of dollars they spend on their pets.
 

JumpingSpiderLady

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InstaMorph is rated as non-toxic product from a handling perspective. Our MSDS states that if you ingest it, and any symptoms persist, please see a doctor. Regardless, InstaMorph has not been formally certified as “food safe” by the FDA. The FDA is pretty finicky about their approvals, and requires companies to file Food Contact Notifications for specific applications. InstaMorph hasn’t done that (yet).

Even though it’s not certified food safe, InstaMorph can still be used to make water-tight containers for creating things like perfume bottles and flower vases (where “food safe” isn’t an issue).
-from thier faq
 
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