Does Brighter Tomorrow provide slime for review on YouTube?
Brighter Tomorrow is a VAT registered limited company in the United Kingdom that must consider various factors when sending slime for review and as a result of the requests Brighter Tomorrow receives, Brighter Tomorrow has developed a policy on this topic
2) How long will it be before I receive my item?
On average, Brighter Tomorrow aims to ship all orders withing 3 working days of receipt. For the UK this will mean, on average, you will receive your order within 7 – 10 days, EU residents on average it will be approximately 10 – 14 days, and elsewhere it can be 2 weeks.
Please note the above are averages and actual times may vary. Customers may experience delays from 4th Thursday in November) through New Years. Finally customers may also experience delays around any scheduled industrial action that Royal Mail may undertake.
3) How does Brighter Tomorrow calculate its shipping charges?
Shipping charge is based on two factors, weight and location. Brighter Tomorrow ships via Royal Mail 48 for UK addresses and Royal Mail International Standard for non-UK addresses.
4) Can I request a faster shipping service?
Brighter Tomorrow for its UK customers provides, at an additional charge, Royal Mail 24 and Royal Mail Next Day by 1 PM. For non-UK customers it is possible to have an expedited shipping service; however, due to the cost Brighter Tomorrow does not offer it. Nonetheless, if you are a non-UK resident that needs their order fast then please contact us for a quote.
The two basic ingredients in slime are glue and sodium tetra borate decahydrate, referred to as Borax. Borax in its powder state can cause skin irritation and should never be ingested. Repeated exposure to borax powder, without proper gear to protect breathing, is not recommended and it is not recommended being around borax powder when pregnant.
Next, some slimes offered by Brighter Tomorrow will include scents, glitter, or coloring.
To answer the question, Brighter Tomorrow uses very little Borax in its slime and Brighter Tomorrow also produces Borax Free types of slime. This means provided the use is not sensitive to any of the ingredients, the slime is properly handled, the area including skin is cleaned after use, and the slime is not eaten then slime is very safe.
2) What Type of Slime Do You Offer
On this site, Brighter Tomorrow offers types of slime
Fluffy: It may or may not contain borax.
Base: Borax or other ingredients depending on the slime
Strech: Tougher to pull and stretch than jiggly slime
Sticky: Can be very sticky
Texture: soft with a semi-liquid feel.
Stretch: Very easy to stretch and knead.
Sticky: It is not very sticky
Texture: Semi-liquid feel but more fluid feel
Stretch: Runner, easy stretches.
Sticky: Very sticky
3) Can I order a Customized Slime?
Yes, you can contact us with your specifications and we will provide an estimate for the cost. Since the slime is being made special dispatch time may be longer and cost may be more.
4) Can I have a Recipe for Slime?
Brighter Tomorrow includes a slime recipe with its twoslime kits and does not provide slime recipe without purchase.
5) Can Brighter Tomorrow Provide a Slime Sample for Review on YouTube?
Whilst Brighter Tomorrow wants to help every budding YouTube star, it is not possible to provide everyone free slime. If you want to review our slime we ask the following:
At a minimum you have at least 5,000 – 10,000 followers
Brighter Tomorrow is made aware of the content of your review with the right to reject your review
Any positive review includes a link back to Brighter Tomorrow
6) Can I Order Wholesale?
Yes, please contact us by letting us know your requirements including how many of each type of slime and location. Brighter Tomorrow will then provide an estimate.
7) Can I Get a Discount on My Order?
Depends on a variety of factors such as quantity being order, if you have a membership, and if you are a repeat customer. Members who have a Monthly membership receives automatically receive 5% off and Lifetime members automatically receive 20% off of any purchase. Finally, if your order is more than £50 (excluding shipping) and you do not have a membership contact us. Brighter Tomorrow will consider order discount.
8) How Long Does it Take Before My Order Ships?
Time depends on the size of order and quantity. Generally speaking, Brighter Tomorrow seeks to ship your order within 72 hours and in many cases, it is sooner.
9) After My Order Ships How Long Before I receive it?
Time depends on location. Orders shipped to a UK address will ship via Royal Mail 1st Class Sign For and according to Royal Mail 90% will arrive within 3 working days of being shipped.
10) Can I Request a Faster Shipping Service?
Yes, please contact us. Please be aware there will be an additional charge and for international orders, the charge can be quite high.
11) Why Are Your Prices Lower Here Than Your Offerings on Amazon, eBay, or Etsy?
If you have bought from us on Amazon, eBay, and Etsy you may be wondering why our prices here are lower? We list many of the same products here with the same shipping times and the same quality on Amazon, eBay, and Etsy. Nonetheless, all three (Amazon, Etsy, and eBay) charge us to list our products and the higher prices on these site reflect the fees being charged. You can get the same prodcuts here but a lower price.
10 Things you do not know about the animal abuse register
1) Will the animal abuse register outlaw religious ritual slaughter? No. The animal abuse register will operate within current laws and only place those convicted of violating an identified law on the register. Even if a future government bans religious slaughter, Kosher and Hallah, for example, Maxine and Brian will not advocate those who slaughter animals for religious purpose are placed on the register. Why? To begin with, the register is not about promoting a promoting a political ideology nor is about changing religious practices. Neither Maxine or Brian are familiar enough with Hallah slaughter to comment but knows something about the Jewish slaughter. The Jewish tradition for slaughtering animals, sometimes called shechita, has strict criteria that respects the animal and takes the animal’s welfare into consideration. For the slaughter to be considered Kosher certain conditions must be met, including looking after the welfare of the animal before slaughter and performing the slaughter in the way to bring about immediate death thereby sparing pain. If the conditions are not met, then animal is not considered Kosher. This means for a Kosher slaughter to occur the welfare of the animal must be considered and be done in a way that is that is painless. Finally, religion has a place and to use the register to ban religious ritual slaughter of animals goes against the purpose of the register.
2) Does promoting the register means you are advocating vegetarianism or veganism? No. We respect individual choices and do not believe the register should go beyond its intended purpose of supporting the current legislative framework nor should it be used to promote an ideology.
3) Will fox hunting be outlawed? Our vision for the register is based on the law in Tennessee and under the law animals that are considered wild and killed are not included. Thus, now, we do not foresee fox hunting being covered by the register.
4) What will the register accomplish? It is our vision an animal abuse register will help to reduce crimes against animals and people. Animals cannot speak for themselves and needs a guardian to speak for them and a register gives animals their voice. Moreover, some who abuse animals will abuse or kill people. This does not mean everyone who abuses an animal will become a murder. Nonetheless, a register can identify those at risk for more violent crimes by providing the necessary support for them and their families. Therefore, the register will be a way of creating a safer and more secure Britain.
5) What will be considered an animal for the register? Under the Green Party policy, the definition of animal is any animal covered by the Animal Welfare Act 2006 sections 1 – 2 and does not include invertebrate animals. Nonetheless, whilst we accept Green Party definition, our vision is based on the Tennessee model whereby the definition of animal is subdivided into four categories: wild animal, animal, livestock, and service animal. Whereby, sentencing and length on the register is based on the classification of the animal.
6) Do you only support rehabilitation of those convicted of animal cruelty? Rehabilitation has a role, especially with juvenile offenders. Currently we are not fully convinced rehabilitation is the only answer and believe longer sentencing with rehabilitation is the answer.
7) Will juveniles be placed on the register? Our vision, especially for juveniles under the age of 13 years old, we would advocate intervention of social service and the courts to support the family instead of placing a juvenile that young on the register. However, for a juvenile that is at least 13 years old we would support placing a juvenile on the register. Our reasoning, animal cruelty can be a gateway for more heinous crimes. The register provides a tool to track the individual and provide support needed to stop the individual from committing further crimes.
8) Will everyone convicted of a crime against an animal be on the register for a lifetime? For most people convicted of an animal crime will come off the register and only a few, we anticipate will remain on the register for a lifetime.
9) Why does Britain need an animal abuse register? Animals are not able to speak for themselves and as their guardians, it is our duty to protect them. Enforcement of the Animal Welfare Act 2006, is severely underfunded and in 2016 there was a 43% drop in animal cruelty conviction from 2014. Even if someone is convicted, under the Animal Welfare Act 2006, the maximum sentence is six months. In answer to the question, animal abuse register provides a mechanism to track those who are convicted of animal abuse and provides a funding mechanism for further prosecution. Finally, the register will provide tougher sentences and provide support for those who are convicted.
10) Why is the Tennessee model the best? It is the model that has been around the longest and it is the model that is done on a wide scale. It is our belief, people in the UK focus too much on the public listing of names and photos of those convicted. Instead of focusing on the legislation. For Maxine and Brian, it is the legislation and not the public naming of individuals that makes the Tennessee model an ideal model.