How to : 3 ingredient fluffy slime

Ingredients

1 litre OR Quarter Gallon White School Glue
8-10 cups shaving cream (less than a full canister)
1-12oz bottle contact lens (saline) solution – this is the brand I used
Food dye, optional
OR if you’d like a smaller portion than what we show here:

1 cup glue
3 cups shaving cream
5+ Tablespoons contact lens solution (this will need to be adjusted based on your slime – things like humidity and type of shaving cream will mean you need more or less)

Easy 3-Ingredient Fluffy Slime
Ingredients

1 litre OR Quarter Gallon White School Glue
8-10 cups shaving cream
1-12oz bottle contact lens (saline) solution
Food dye, optional
Glitter, optional

Instructions

  1. Empty your glue into a large bowl. Add glitter or food dye as desired and stir it in.
  2. Start adding in the shaving cream. Β just keep adding until you don’t feel like there is any “just glue” left. It will continue to get thick and puffy.
  3. Next, add in the contact solution. We added it in slowly, but we ended up using an entire bottle so you can definitely add 1/2 cup of solution at a time, and then start adding smaller amounts towards the end. The contact solution serves as your “slime activator.”
  4. Keep stirring everything with your spatula and adjust as needed.
    Once the slime is cohesive, no longer sticky or appearing to have any liquid in the mixture, start kneading the slime – this is going to help it be less sticky (just like making homemade play dough).
  5. Knead the slime for at least 3 minutes before adding any more ingredients to adjust..

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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