How to Make Fluffy Slime Without Borax

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15-05-2021, 20:10
Fluffy slime is a soft and - as the name suggests - fluffy slime that's fun to squeeze, poke, and play with, but many fluffy slime recipes require a borax solution, which can be difficult or even impossible to obtain. Don't panic - there's a way around this. You can still make fluffy slime with everyday household materials! Add as much shaving cream as you want.


  1. Pour the glue into a bowl.
  2. Combine the warm water with the glue. Don't add too much water or it'll be very runny.
  3. Add in your food colouring and mix thoroughly. If the food colouring is a particularly potent one, start by adding two drops, so you don't stain your hands.
  4. Add in the shaving cream and mix thoroughly. When it's fully combined in, the texture should resemble marshmallow cream.
  5. Add in a few pumps of lotion for a stretchier slime.
  6. Add in the liquid laundry detergent. Don't add it all at once - you risk your slime hardening.
  7. Knead your slime. Once the slime has become too solid to stir, use your hands to start kneading it to make it less sticky.
  8. Play with your slime! Store it in an airtight container.


  • 4 ounces (113 g) glue or melted stick glue
  • 4 ounces (113 g) warm water
  • Shaving cream
  • Food coloring (optional)
  • Lotion (optional)
  • Laundry detergent


  • Always keep your slime in a cooler place.
  • Add glitter if you want to add some sparkles.
  • Keep your slime in an air-tight container.
  • If you don't have shaving cream or foam, you can use hair mousse instead.
  • If the slime is too watery when you're done, add saline (or contact) solution.
  • Add the glitter or beads in the glue before you put in the activator so it won't fall out and make a mess.


  • Fluffy slime can get sticky if you don't add enough laundry detergent. Keep it off materials like clothes and carpet.

Things You'll Need

  • Bowl
  • Stirring stick or spoon
  • Pot with lid
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