How to Make Jiggly Slime

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4-03-2019, 13:00
There are tons of unique and fun ways to make slime, including some delicious edible recipes. But one of the most fun is jiggly slime, which is made from foamy hand soap or shaving cream and some extra hot water. If you or your kids are interested in making some jiggly slime, it's a simple process that's tons of fun!

Mixing Your Ingredients

  1. Pour 7.625 ounces (216.2 g) of PVA glue into a large bowl. This is the equivalent to 2 bottles of glue. After pouring it in, squeeze the bottle out to get as much glue as you can into the bowl.
    • Put your empty glue bottles aside after emptying them.
  2. Add ⁄3 cup (79 mL) of warm water to the glue. Start by filling your empty glue bottles with warm water. Now, pour this water into a measuring cup until you get ⁄3 cup (79 mL) and add it to the bowl. Stir it in with your spatula until the mixture is a smooth consistency.
    • Set aside any extra water that's in your glue bottle.
  3. Mix in ⁄4 cup (59 mL) of foamy hand soap. Squeeze the soap into a measuring cup and dump it into your solution. Afterward, mix it in with your spatula until the mixture is homogenous.
    • Swap your hand soap with ⁄4 cup (59 mL) of foamy shaving cream (but not gel!) if you'd like.
  4. Add the contact lens solution 1 teaspoon (4.9 mL) at a time. Start by adding 1 teaspoon (4.9 mL) of your solution and then mix it in with your spatula for about 30 seconds. Now, repeat this process, making sure to mix the solution in thoroughly in between each addition.
    • Be sure to stir everything together thoroughly.
    • Stop after you've added about 3 to 4 teaspoons (15 to 20 mL) of solution.
    • You can use saline contact lens solution (with boric acid), liquid starch, or laundry detergent.
  5. Continue mixing your slime until it forms a ball. Once you notice your slime forming spiderweb-like strands, stop adding the solution and mix your slime together until it forms a ball. At this point, there should be no excess slime on the edges of the bowl.
    • Scrape any pieces of excess slime into the ball with your spatula.
  6. Mix food coloring into your jiggly slime mixture if you'd like. Coloring can be food dye, water paint, acrylic paint, pigments, confetti, glitter, or any combination of these things. Start by adding 2 to 3 drops of your coloring substance and mix it into your mixture. Mix it in well with your spatula and then continue adding more of the same color to create a stronger color or mix in other colors.
    • Continue experimenting and adding colors until you get one you like.
    • To create a sparkling look, add some glitter and confetti.
    • Keep in mind that the colors will be lighter than normal when using white glue.

Kneading and Storing Your Slime

  1. Knead your slime until it's a smooth, jiggly consistency. Take your ball and knead it—which is when you stretch, pull, bend, and twist it—until it’s the right consistency. You'll notice your slime changes consistency as you knead it—continue until you're happy with the final result.
    • Take your slime out of the bowl and knead it on a flat surface for the best results.
  2. Mix 1 cup (240 mL) of hot water into your slime. After kneading your slime, you need to add some hot water to make it jiggly. Pour the water into the bowl with your slime and then poke holes in your slime to help it absorb it. Afterward, lift the slime up over the bowl for about 10 to 15 seconds and let the excess water drain out.
    • Check that your slime is jiggly. If you think it needs more hot water, add another ⁄4 cup (59 mL) and mix it in again.
  3. Refrigerate your jiggly slime in a Ziploc bag or throw it away. When you're done playing with your slime, throw it out or refrigerate it for later use. Be sure to store it in a Ziploc bag and close it tightly so as little air as possible enters.
    • Your slime will probably last 1 week or less in the refrigerator.
    • If you notice mold or bacteria growth, throw the slime away.
    • Keep your refrigerator temperature at 35 to 40 °F (2 to 4 °C).


  • ⁄2 cup (120 mL) of PVA glue
  • 3 to 4 teaspoons (15 to 20 mL) of saline contact lens solution or liquid starch
  • ⁄4 cup (59 mL) of foamy hand soap or shaving cream
  • ⁄3 cup (79 mL) of water
  • Food coloring (optional)


  • Always wash your hands after playing with your slime.
  • Don't put too much coloring into your jiggly slime or you might stain your hands.

Things You'll Need

  • Rubber spatula
  • Large metal or plastic bowl
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