字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Play Doh. It's your childhood in a yellow plastic tub. Smooth and pliable, moist but not sticky. Taste salty. Smell sweet. What's inside this magic does. It starts with flour and water. Warm water breaks down starch in the flour, which makes the mixture thick and viscous. But as it cools, water evaporates. Ordinarily, the statue beats would cling together and harden, not fun. That's where Miller picked in comes in. The statue has Heidi holes, the water molecules that Kate the dough, moist and pliable mineral or vegetable oil and a white waxy substance called PG 1500 Mono. Stay right. Keep the texture smooth is actually about 10% salt 10 times sold here than your typical bread dough. He'd binds up any free water, and it's the first thing you notice if you take a bite right before the bitterness hits. That's aluminum sulfate added to keep the kiddos from a seriously chowing down. It's also a preservative, which, along with household cleaner borax, prevents mold and bacteria growth. What about the smell? That sweet aroma that send you straight back to preschool? Vanilla is Hasbro's only hint, but the real formula for the signature scent is guarded, like the recipe for Coca Cola. But we're fine with a little mystery. Just don't get the colors mixed up. Okay? One to see what's inside the subscribe button. Go ahead and click it. It's more great wide stuff.