How To Make Best Slime! 4 Easy DIY Slime #Top Trending

Slime is always popular with the kids and the reason is simple: because it’s loads of fun! It is also cheap and easy to make at home, with the right care and supervision. Pick one of the four ways to make different kinds of slime, below, to get started.

Things You’ll Need
Basic Slime
½ cup (30 ml) of craft glue
1½ cup (150 ml) of warm water
Food coloring (optional)
1 tablespoon (18 grams) borax powder

“Living” Slime
¾ cup (20 grams) cornstarch
2 cups (240 ml) vegetable oil
A piece of styrofoam

Edible Slime
1 can (14 oz.) of sweetened condensed milk
1 tablespoon (15 grams) of cornstarch
10-15 drops of food coloring

Soap Flake Slime
1 cup (130 grams) soap flakes
5 cups (510 ml) hot water
Food coloring (optional)

Keep the slime away from pets and very small children.
Make sure your kids don’t get the slime on areas where it’ll stain or damage the surface (ceiling, walls, carpet, furniture, etc.).
When you put food coloring in it, make sure you don’t get it on yourself. Mix it well.
The recipe can be modified by varying the proportions of ingredients. For example, if 2 parts borax solution are used, the slime that forms is “harder” and less gooey.
If you add color to the slime, it may stain things.
You can add essential oils or scented liquid soap to the slime to make it smell nice.
If you are making your slime with detergent, be sure to use non-organic detergent.
After you make your slime, do not put it on and fabric or carpet and let it dry. Otherwise, it can stain the fabric.
The more lotion you add the more stretchy it will become. Just be careful because the lotion also makes the slime very sticky.
Elmer’s glue is one suitable brand of glue. It is more generally known as polyvinyl acetate.
This solution is best enjoyed on the day of creating it. The slime will gather fluff, dust and particles that make it unpleasant to keep. However, if you do wish to store it, label it well to avoid any confusion as to what it is and keep in a cool place.

Glue should not be ingested or sniffed.

Keep and eye on younger children for safety.

Make children aware of the many dangers the kitchen holds.

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