Save your sanity with this non-stick fluffy slime recipe that uses glue, water, food coloring, baking soda, shaving cream, and contact solution. Don’t waste your time on other recipes, this is the perfect non-stick fluffy slime!
If your kids are like mine, they love making and playing with slime. But I couldn’t stand it! It was so messy and was constantly getting on my kids clothes and hair.
It seemed the every recipe I tried was a fail. So I set out to make the perfect non-stick fluffy slime recipe. After multiple tries, I have finally perfected my recipe. Don’t waste your time with other recipes, this is truly the best!
How to make non-stick fluffy slime
In a large bowl, mix the glue (it has to be Elmers, don’t waste your time on generic brands), water, and food coloring. Add as much food coloring as needed until desired color is reached. Can also add in glitter (optional).
Stir in the baking soda and Barbasol shaving cream. (Again, make sure it’s Barbasol and not a generic or gel shaving cream). Mix together and add in the contact solution (use a brand containing sodium borate and boric acid), stopping after three tablespoons.
Knead the slime. If it is sticky, add up to another tablespoon of contact solution until it no longer sticks and is perfect.
Store your slime in an airtight container. Make as many colors and variations as you like!
Moreover, this is a great craft of parting gift for kids birthday parties. If you have a kid who loves slime, be sure to check out How to Throw a Slime Party with complete instructions from how to set up and what supplies are needed.
The Best Non-Sticky Fluffy Slime!
- 3/4 cup Elmer’s Glue
- 1/4 cup water
- food coloring (about 15-20 drops, depending on color you want)
- 3/4 teaspoon baking soda
- 3 heaping cups Barbasol Shaving Cream
- 3 – 4 tablespoons contact solution (containing sodium borate and boric acid)
- glitter (optional)
- In a large bowl, mix together the glue, water, food coloring, and glitter (if using). Add in the baking soda and shaving cream and mix well. Using a spatula, stir in the contact solution, a tablespoon at a time until you have added three tablespoons. Knead the mixture and add up to another tablespoon of contact solution if needed. Slime should not stick to hands at all.
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