Where are the slip covers that were supposed to come with my Celestron microscope?

Slip covers are small, thin sheets of glass that are placed over a specimen on a microscope slide. 

You may think you are missing some of the slip covers because they are packaged tightly together inside what appears to be a square of tissue paper. Gently open the tissue to remove the slip covers.

 

As one example, the Micro360 Dual Purpose Microscope (#44125) comes with four slip covers. They are all bundled together inside the unmarked white square on the top left portion of the slide case pictured below.

Slip covers are in the small square of tissue

 

Updated 12/18/13