Fluffy Scented Slime Cotton Candy

Fluffy Scented Slime Cotton Candy

Cotton candy and fluffy scented slime are both sensory-rich treats, despite the fact that they have little in common. Although this slime recipe isn’t edible, it smells and looks fantastic.

Fluffy Cotton Candy Scented Slime

Fluffy Slime Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup of Clear or White Elmers Washable School Glue
  • 1/2 cup of water
  • 1 cup of foam shaving cream food coloring (pink or sky blue are favorites)
  • 1/2 Tsp Baking Soda1 TBSP Saline Solution
  • 1/2 cup of Fine Fake Snow (add to slime after)
  • scent (optional)

How to Make Fluffy Scented Slime Cotton Candy

  1. Combine glue and water in a mixing bowl.

2. Gently fold in the shaving cream.

3. Stir in the desired food coloring.

4. Toss in the baking soda.

5. Mix in the saline slime activator solution.

6. Continue swirling until the slime is well-formed and pulls away from the bowl’s sides and bottom. Add scent (optional)

7. It’s time to put your artificial snow on!

How to Make Glue-Free Fluffy Slime

Fluffy slime is a softer, lighter version of slime that can be used as a toy or stress relief. While most methods call for generating fluffy slime with glue, there are a variety of different components that can be used. While it won’t stay as long as other forms of slime, you can produce fluffy slime with a few items you probably already have on hand.

Making Slime with Shampoo and Cornstarch

Fluffy slime is a softer, lighter version of slime that can be used as a toy or stress relief. While most methods call for generating fluffy slime with glue, there are a variety of different components that can be used. While it won’t stay as long as other forms of slime, you can produce fluffy slime with a few items you probably already have on hand.

  • 12 cup (120 ml) of shampoo
  • 1 cup (240 ml) of shaving foam
  • 1/4 cup (31 g) of cornstarch
  • 13 cup (79 ml) of water
  • Food coloring (optional)

In a mixing basin, squeeze around 12 cup (120 ml) of shampoo. Select a shampoo that has a pleasant scent and isn’t too thin or watery. Pour your shampoo into a large mixing basin after measuring it out .

  • A 2-in-1 shampoo and conditioner, or a 3-in-1 shampoo, conditioner, and body wash, are additional options. It should work for slime production as long as it’s shampoo!
  • You can squeeze roughly the proper amount of shampoo directly into the bowl if you don’t want shampoo in your measuring cups. If your slime isn’t quite slimy enough, you can always add extra shampoo or cornstarch.

To the shampoo, add 1 cup (240 ml) shaving foam. Shake a can of shaving foam well to ensure that it fluffs up properly. Spray some shaving foam into your measuring cup with the nozzle of the can. Scoop the shaving foam into a mixing basin and combine it with the shampoo.

  • Rather than shaving lotion, make sure you use shaving foam. To make fluffy slime, it must be frothy and fluffy.

To Thicken Your Slime

To thicken your slime, add 1/4 cup (31 g) cornstarch. Pour the cornstarch into the shampoo after measuring it out. Begin stirring everything together with a wooden spoon or something similar until it thickens and reaches a slimy consistency .

  • To acquire the appropriate texture for your fluffy slime, you may need to add extra cornstarch. Begin with 1/4 cup (31 g) and increase as needed.

1 tablespoon (15 ml) at a time, stir with 13 cup (79 ml) of water. In a separate bowl, pour roughly 13 cup (79 ml) of water. Scoop some water out with a tablespoon and whisk it into your slime concoction until everything is blended. Rep the process 4 or 5 times more till the slime is completely saturated with water .

  • It is not necessary to be exact with the amount of water you add each time. If you don’t want to use a tablespoon, start with a small amount and work your way up.

Kneading your slime to have a good stretch

Knead the slime for approximately 5 minutes. Remove the slime from the bowl and lay it on a clean, flat surface. Begin working with the slime with your hands, stretching and squishing it back together. Your slime should be easy to deal with and ready to use after about 5 minutes! 

  • Add a bit extra cornstarch and knead it in if your slime is still too sticky. Rep this process until your slime’s texture is satisfactory.
  • If you want to make your slime more fascinating, knead in some polystyrene balls or some glitter. This will either give your slime a gritty texture or make it shine.

For 2 to 3 days, keep your slime in an airtight container. Collect any chunks that have fallen off when you’ve finished playing with your slime. For up to 3 days, keep the slime in an airtight container or resealable bag. The slime will lose its texture after a few days and become too sticky to play with.

Nine Interesting Slime Facts

Slime! We create it, we enjoy it, and we study it!

  1. Slime molds come in over 900 different species around the world. Slime mold is a type of amoeba that grows on decaying wood and other organic matter.

2. Mucus is a slime found in nature, and you have some in your nose right now! The mucus in your nose, often known as snot, serves to protect your body by trapping dirt and bacteria.

3. Slug slime performs a variety of functions for the slug, including protection, communication, feeding, transportation, and hydration.

4. Kids are learning when they make slime! They learn about measuring and volume, as well as seeing chemical processes in action, which teaches them about cause and effect.

5. Slime allows children to practice using the little muscles in their hands (fine motor skills), which are later employed for writing.

6. Polymers (plastic) are mixed with water to make school glue. The adhesive hardens as the water evaporates.

7. The eel-like hagfish secretes a toxin that converts the water around it into sticky slime. Potential predators’ gills become clogged with slime.

8. Silly Putty was created by a rubber researcher who was unable to create the product he desired. His “failure” went on to become one of the most popular toys of all time.

9. This summer, NASA flew Nickelodeon’s trademark green slime into orbit for a series of experiments. Slime will be tested in microgravity by astronauts.