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If you’re one who loves simple DIY science experiments — whether it’s for your own entrainment or for your kiddos’ — we have found some of the easiest projects you can do at home with food coloring.
In the latest episode of Home Hacks, you’ll learn how to make colorful milk, how to jazz up plain white flowers with a dash of color and how to make a homemade lava lamp.
And to complete each one of these projects, all you need to have on hand is a good assortment of food coloring, which you can shop here on Amazon.
For a step-by-step guide to learning how to create each one of these experiments, be sure to watch the full video above.
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