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How to Make Cloud Slime: 12 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow
Cloud slime is a unique type of slime with a fluffy texture, similar to that of kinetic sand. The key ingredient is something called "Instant Snow," but if you can't get any of that, you can use the absorbent powder from inside a diaper or crushed-up Styrofoam. If you want fluffy cloud slime, then adding shaving cream to the glue base will do the trick!
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Playdough can be just as fun and easy to make as it is to play with. Maybe your old playdough dried out and you don't have the time to run to the store to buy more. Or maybe you want to make a special color that you can't buy. Whatever your reason, with a little time, effort, and a couple of supplies from the kitchen (or bathroom!) cabinet, you will have your very own playdough!
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Fluffy slime is a lighter, softer type of slime that's fun as a toy or as a stress reliever. While most recipes call for making fluffy slime with glue, there are plenty of ways to make it with other ingredients. While it won't last as long as other types of slime, you can make some fluffy slime with a few ingredients you might have sitting around your home!
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Not appetized by the idea of edible or marshmallow slime? Or maybe you couldn't find borax at your local store? Well, liquid starch is even better than borax! By mixing the starch with glue—and some iron oxide if you want to make it magnetic—the borate ions in it connect the strands of molecules in the glue to make it thicker and less liquidy. With a bit of tangling and mixing, you can
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How to Make Slime Using Baking Soda
Slime has been known to capture the imagination of children and adults. The good news is, it can also be a fun learning experiment. There are different ways to create slime from household products including things like baking soda or milk. You can make a basic gooey concoction, or even spice it up with a bubbly bowl of slime.
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Bubbly slime is a great way to have fun with your kids and teach them a little about science! There are lots of ways to make slime with bubbles quickly and easily at home. Learn how to make a slime with a crunchy, bubbly exterior or a slime you can blow bubbles with.
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Making slime is a fun and easy project that anyone can do with a few common household items. Many of the slime recipes out there, however, produce thin, runny slime that doesn’t hold its shape and isn’t very satisfying to squeeze. By starting with the right type of glue and using plenty of your chosen thickening activator, such as Borax or liquid starch, you can give your homemade slime
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How to Store Slime
Making your own slime is the perfect do-it-yourself afternoon project. You can make it from simple ingredients, and then you can play with it for hours. Of course, after making it, you want to keep it fresh, and the best way to do that is to put it in something airtight and stick in the fridge. When it does go bad, you'll want to toss it in the trash.
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Slime is a fun kind of putty to play with. It is icky, sticky, and gross. While you can always head out to the store and buy some, it is much more fun to make it at home. One of the most popular slime recipes requires borax, but not everyone has that. Luckily, there are countless other ways in which to make slime using ingredients from around your home. One of the easiest ways is using
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How to Activate Slime Without Activator
If you have rubbery, dried-out, sticky, or stringy slime, you can fix it by adding certain ingredients in place of an activator like Borax, which standard slime recipes call for. If you are making slime from scratch and are concerned about using Borax because it irritates your skin or you don’t feel it’s safe around your kids, use a Borax-free slime recipe. These recipes use other