How to Make Fluffy Slime

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28-04-2021, 09:30
Fluffy slime isn't your traditional slime - it's soft, squishy, and fun to play with, while maintaining a solid form. You can stretch it out, squeeze it, bend it, and still put it back together again. It also isn't nearly as sticky as other types of slime! Since you probably have the ingredients lying around your home somewhere, set aside some time and craft your own fluffy slime!

Using Glue and Shaving Cream

  1. Pour ⅔ cup (158 mL) of school glue into a bowl. Start making your fluffy slime by adding glue into the bowl. This serves as the base of the fluffy slime, and helps to make the finished product stretchy and fun to play with.
  2. Stir ½ tsp (5 g) of baking soda and ¼ cup (60 mL) of water with the glue. Begin creating the actual slime by adding in small amounts of baking soda and water. Use your fingers to knead the ingredients together. As you continue creating the slime, your fingers will be your most useful stirring tool.
  3. Mix 2 to 3 cups (470 to 710 mL) of shaving cream into the bowl. Make the slime fluffy by spraying some shaving cream into the mixture. Continue using your fingers to mix all of the ingredients together until it begins congealing into a slimier form.
  4. Squeeze in a few drops of food coloring until you achieve your desired color. Add a splash of color to your fluffy slime by squirting around 3 drops of coloring into your mixture. Pour an additional drop or 2 into the slime if you want the color to be more vibrant.
    • If you want to make the slime’s color less bold, consider adding fewer drops into the mixture.
  5. Start by gradually adding 1 tablespoon (15 mL) of contact solution into the mixture. Activate the slime by pouring a little saline solution into the mixture. Keep kneading the mixture with your fingers until your slime becomes a fluffy texture! Make sure that your saline solution contains sodium borate or boric acid, or else the slime won’t set.
    • Pour in another 0.5 tablespoons (7.4 mL) of saline solution if you don’t want the slime to be as sticky.
    • Put all of the fluffy slime in an airtight plastic box. It won’t be fluffy after a few days, but it will be slimy for about a week.

Making Slime from Borax and Glue

  1. Mix 1 tsp (9 g) of Borax powder into 1 cup (240 mL) of hot water. Combine the water and Borax powder into a smaller bowl. Stir the ingredients it until the Borax powder has thoroughly dissolved. Set this bowl aside, as you’ll need it later on.
  2. Pour ½ cup (120 mL) of school glue into a separate bowl. Add some glue into a different bowl. Make sure that this bowl is large enough to hold the entire slime mixture, as this is where the fluffy slime will be formed.
    • Consider buying the glue in a large bottle if you don’t want to be squeezing it out of smaller bottles.
  3. Add ½ cup (120 mL) of shaving cream into the same bowl as the glue. Measure out some shaving cream or spray it directly into the large bowl. Make sure that use shaving cream for this part. Shaving gel won’t allow the fluffy slime to form correctly.
  4. Mix the slime until all of the lumps are gone. Start kneading the ingredients together so the slime can start congealing together.The substance should have a thick and fluffy texture, similar to marshmallow cream.
  5. Mix in slightly more than 1 tablespoon (7.5 g) of cornstarch. The cornstarch helps to thicken the slime and allows it to retain its shape. Be careful not to spill any as you continue stirring the mixture together.
    • The cornstarch isn't necessary for the recipe, but leaving it out will result in a thinner slime that won't hold its shape as much.
  6. Add in food coloring. Choose a color for your slime and add in a few droplets of some liquid food coloring. Too much food coloring can sometimes stain your hands or other surfaces, so add it in 1 drop at a time. Mix it well until there are no more white streaks.
  7. Add 3 teaspoons (15 mL) of the liquid Borax mixture to your slime. Stir thoroughly, then continue adding the Borax mixture 1 to 3 teaspoons (4.9 to 14.8 mL) at a time until the slime is at the consistency you’d like it to be. Continue mixing the slime with your fingers as you go.
    • You will likely not use all of your Borax mixture! It is important not to add too much of it or your slime will harden and break. The original recipe only uses 6-9 teaspoons (44 mL) of the Borax solution. Dispose of any leftover Borax down the drain.
  8. Knead the slime. Once the slime has formed into a ball and is easy to remove from the bowl, place it on a flat surface and begin kneading it with your hands to thoroughly mix it. Fold and squish the slime to really stretch it out.
    • If the slime is still too sticky, add about 1 tsp (9 g) of the Borax mixture and carefully knead it in.
    • Keep fluffy slime in an airtight plastic pin. It won’t feel fluffy after a couple of days, but the slime will last up to a week.

Creating Slime from Shampoo and Cornstarch

  1. Stir ⁄2 cup (120 mL) of shampoo and ¼ cup (30 g) cornstarch together in a large bowl. Pour some liquid shampoo and powdered cornstarch into a bowl. Use a spoon or your fingers to combine the ingredients together. Don’t be afraid to get your hands a little slimy—you’ll be using them a lot later on as you knead the slime together.
    • Use a basic shampoo for this task.
  2. Squirt 3 drops of food coloring into the mixture. Add some liquid food coloring into the shampoo mixture. Decide on a color for your fluffy slime. You can choose a specific shade, if you want—for brighter colors, add a couple of extra drops of food coloring. For a lighter shade, add less.
    • For instance, mix light pink and light blue slimes together to create a cotton candy theme.
    • Use an array of bright colors to create rainbow slime.
  3. Pour and stir 6 US tbsp (89 mL) of water into the mixture. Take 1 tablespoon (15 mL) of cool tap water and add it to the bowl. Knead the slime mixture with your hands to combine the water with the initial ingredients. After this, add the other 5 tablespoons (74 mL) of water to the bowl. Continue combining this mixture with your fingers.
  4. Fold and squish the slime for at least 5 minutes. Lift the slime from the bowl and start kneading it on a flat surface. Keep folding, pulling, and squishing the slime until it’s congealed completely and become fluffy. Do this for at least 5 minutes before anyone plays with the slime.
    • Place the fluffy slime in an airtight plastic container. It’ll stop feeling fluffy after a day or 2, but the slime itself lasts up to a week.


  • Use metallic paint instead of food color to make metallic slime.
  • Mix the finished slime with different colors of slime to create cool patterns and color aesthetics.

Things You’ll Need

Using Glue and Shaving Cream

  • ⅔ cup (5.3 ounces) of school glue
  • ½ tsp (5 g) of baking soda
  • ¼ cup (2 ounces) of water
  • 2 to 3 cups (470 to 710 mL) of shaving cream
  • 1.5 tablespoons (22 mL) of saline solution
  • Food coloring (optional)

Making Slime from Borax and Glue

  • ½ cup (4 ounces) of school glue
  • ½ cup (4 ounces) of shaving cream
  • Slightly more than 1 tbsp (7.5 g) cornstarch
  • 1 tsp (9 g) of Borax powder
  • 1 cup (240 mL) of hot water
  • Food coloring

Creating Slime Shampoo and Cornstarch

  • ½ cup (4 ounces) of shampoo
  • ¼ cup (30 g) of cornstarch
  • 6 tablespoons (89 mL) of water
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