Fluffy Slime​

Fluffy Slime

Fluffy slime is simply ordinary slime with the addition of shaving cream. The thickness and consistency of the slime will vary depending on how much shaving cream you use. It will become “fluffier” as you add more. This recipe will show you how much shaving cream to use if you just want it to be a bit frothy. Experimenting with different amounts of slime to observe how it forms is the most enjoyable part of generating slime.

Fluffy Slime

Slime Ingredients

  • 1/2 Cup of White Washable PVA School Glue
  • 3 Cups of Foaming Shaving Cream
  • 1/2 Tsp of Baking Soda
  • Food Coloring
  • 1 Tbsp of Saline Solution (contains both sodium borate and boric acid as ingredients)
  • Bowl, Spoon, Measuring Cups, and Spoons

How to Make Fluffy Slime

  1. In a mixing basin, pour 3 heaping cups of shaving cream. You may also play around with different textures by using less shaving cream!

2. Fill in the gaps with color. We used neon food coloring, but there are a plethora of options available.

3. Mix with a half cup of glue to the shaving cream gradually.

4. Mix with 1/2 teaspoon baking soda.

5. Start whipping the mixture with 1 tablespoon of the saline solution.

6. Add a few extra drops of a saline solution if your slime is too sticky.

How to Soften Slime

Slime has the perfect amount of elasticity and sheen. It’s great for stress release, but don’t panic if you pull your slime out of its container and it’s as hard as a rock. Fortunately, we have a few techniques up our sleeves to help you soften your slime again.

Using Simple Methods to Soften Slime

  1. Pour in some water. Isn’t that too simple? Some slimes can be revived in this manner. Fill a bowl halfway with water and add the slime to it. You’ll probably only need a spoonful. Simply knead the slime until it softens.
  • Remember that water has the power to make or destroy your slime. If you don’t want jiggly slime, only use a small amount of water.

2. Add some hand sanitizer or antibacterial gel to the mix. A drop or two of hand sanitizer is another technique to soften slime. It doesn’t matter what brand you use; just make sure you like the aroma. Simply drip the gel into the slime in a bowl. Fold the hand sanitizer into your slime with your fingertips until it reaches the desired consistency. Plus, your slime will now be bacteria-free and smell fantastic (for a while, anyway).

  • If the gel does not soften on the first try, you can apply extra.

3. Use lotion to moisten it. Lotion keeps your skin soft, and it can also keep your slime soft. What gives? Simply spoon a teaspoon or two into a bowl (four or five pumps if your lotion comes with a pump). Mix the slime with the lotion in a bowl and poke it with your fingers. You may take your slime out and knead it until it’s soft after it’s been covered in lotion.

4. More adhesive is needed. Adding a little additional glue to a recipe that called for glue + Borax, laundry detergent, contact lens solution, or liquid starch can assist. To soften it, add a spoonful at a time and knead it in.

  • Make sure the glue you use matches the glue you used to make your slime. Add no white glue to clear slime, for example.

Moisturizing Slime by Heating

  1. Soak the slime in warm water for a while. Fill a bowl halfway with warm water and add the slime. You can play with it a little with your hands. Leave it in the water for about a minute. It may appear to be falling apart, yet everything will be alright.

2. For 10 seconds, microwave the slime. Squeeze the slime after removing it from the water. You don’t want the slime to mix with the water. Microwave it for about 10 seconds in a microwave-safe bowl. Allow it to cool for a minute outside the microwave to avoid burning your fingers. There’s no muck worth burning your fingers on.

3. For added softness, add some lotion. Add a teaspoon or two of lotion to the mix. It makes no difference what kind. If you use one with a pleasant scent, your slime will as well. Mix the lotion in with your hands. High-five! Your slime is now fixed.

  • Add a dash of activator if it appears too runny at the end. The activator is simply the same thing you used to generate the slime in the first place, such as half a teaspoon of Borax dissolved in a glass of water.

How to Fix Watery Slime

Making homemade slime is a great way to combine art and science in the comfort of your own home. Making homemade slime that isn’t the appropriate consistency can be stressful, as it’s simple to generate slime that is too runny or firm. Depending on the sort of slime you made, you can add thickening agents like borax, glue, or cornstarch to fix runny slime and make it thicker. Alternative methods include removing excess liquid from the container, kneading the slime more thoroughly, or adding baking soda if the slime is produced using saline solution.

Adding Thickening Agents

  1. If the slime is produced with liquid starch, add 14 cup (60 ml) of transparent glue. Measure out the clear glue and pour it right into the slime bowl. Use a spoon to thoroughly incorporate it into the slime, and as it begins to hold together, remove the slime and knead it. The slime should no longer be runny after 2-3 minutes.
  • If 14 cup (60 ml) clear glue isn’t thickening the slime enough, add extra 14 cup (60 ml) clear glue and stir again. It should get thicker in consistency.
  • Once you’ve added the clear glue, put the slime in a sealed bag overnight if you have the time. This will make it easier for it to come together.

2. To thicken slime prepared with saline solution, add baking soda. If you used transparent glue to make the slime, add an extra 14 tsp (1 g) baking soda. Add an extra 12 tsp (2 g) baking soda if you used white glue. Mix the excess baking soda into the slime with a spoon and knead it for 2-3 minutes. If the slime is still too liquid, add more baking soda.

  • Baking soda is an essential element when manufacturing slime with saline solution since it thickens the liquid.
  • If you add too much baking soda all at once, the slime will become hard.

3. If you’re making cornstarch and dish soap slime, add extra cornstarch. 12 tsp (3.1 g) additional cornstarch should be added to the slime bowl. Using a spoon, mix it in.

The dish soap in cornstarch and dish soap slime serves to make the slime flexible, while the cornstarch helps to firm up the slime and make it less watery.

4. To thicken cornstarch and glue slime, add more cornstarch. 1 teaspoon (6.2 grams) additional cornstarch, stirred into the slime Cornstarch and glue slime can take up to 5 minutes to properly blend, so keep mixing.

  • If the slime does not thicken, keep adding little amounts of cornstarch and mixing it in. However, avoid using too much cornstarch at once; else, the slime will become rigid.

5. If you’re thickening fluffy slime, add 1 small handful of shaving cream. If the slime is still fluid or thin after kneading, add more shaving cream. Simply knead in the remaining shaving cream into the slime’s core.

  • Continue to add shaving cream until the slime achieves the consistency you desire.

6. If you need to thicken Borax slime, use 14 tbsp (0.43 g) of borax. Get the extra Borax and add it to the slime in the bowl. Stir it completely into the slime with a spoon. Continue adding 14 tbsp (0.43 g) of borax at a time until no more liquid is left.