Teenager makes up to $7,000 a month selling slime

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These two 16-year-olds make close to $4,000 a month selling slime. Find out what are their bestsellers and how to make your own slime.
Ang Jia Xin (left) and Hannah Tan, who sell slimes for profit. ST PHOTO: JASMINE CHOONG
A Milo Dinosaur-themed slime. ST PHOTO: JASMINE CHOONG
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SINGAPORE - Some teens earn pocket money by selling cookies. Sixteen-year-old Ang Jia Xin makes serious money by selling something squishy.

The Secondary 4 student earns an average of $5,000 a month by making and selling slime.

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