Want to learn how to make slime with Tide laundry detergent, Elmer’s school glue and lotion? Then check out this video where me and my sister try it out.
1. Elmer’s Liquid School Glue, Washable
2. Tide 8317 High Efficiency Laundry Detergent
3. Eucerin Intensive Repair Very Dry Skin Lotion
4. McCormick Food Colors & Egg Dye, Four Assorted
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Making Slime with Tide and Glue
How to Make Slime With Tide and Glue is a fun recipe which every kid can try at home. It has simple ingredients and also does not use any borax. This method to prepare slime is easy and requires only a few minutes to prepare.
- Prep Time: 2 Mins
- Cook Time: 8 Mins
- Total Time: 10 Mins
- 1/4 cup Tide Detergent.
- 1 Small Bottel Elmer’s White Glue.
- 1 Drop Blue food color.
- First, take a bowl and make sure it is clean. Now add Elmer’s Glue in the bowl.
- Now add quarter cup Tide Detergent to the glue.
- Next, put one drop of blue food coloring in the mixture,
- Take a spoon and mix the ingredients.
- After a minute you will see it starts to form slime.
- Now take it out and knead it with your hands until the slime is ready.
- You may want to use your both hands to knead.
Making Slime with Tide, Shaving Cream
How to Make Slime with Tide and Shaving Cream is a fun recipe which every kid can try at home. It has simple ingredients and also does not use any borax. You will only require three simple ingredients available at home to prepare the slime.
- Prep Time: 3 Mins
- Cook Time: 2 Mins
- Total Time: 5 Mins
- 1/2 cup Elmer’s White Glue.
- 1/4 cup Tide Detergent.
- 1/2 cup Shaving Cream.
- First, take a clean bowl and add ½ cup glue in it
- Now add ½ cup shaving cream and mix these two ingredients.
- Now add ½ cup Tide Detergent to the mixture and keep mixing it with the spoon.
- Important: Do not use your hands to mix because the glue will stick to your hands. Use a spoon until it starts to form slime.
- When the mixture starts to form slime, take it out and knead it with your hands.
- Knead until it forms the fluffy slime.
- You can add beads to your slime to make it more fun.
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Years of Slime Failures
Have you ever seen a really cool slime recipe?
Over the past couple of years I’ve been so inspired by some of the amazing slime activities I’ve stumbled across. Yet, when I tried to make my own slime, every attempt was a complete and utter failure.
About six months ago I went on a massive shopping trip buying every possible ingredient. I had researched the science, read so many recipes. I was determined to make slime.
But after spending over 6 hours trying, all I had was a lot of wasted materials, batches of nasty, unusable gooey substances, and a splitting headache (that powdered borax always does a number on me!).
To say I was frustrated with slime making would be the understatement of the century. I put together a lot of our lessons learned and tips on slime here.
When looking up a slime recipe, one of the first things I noticed was that almost all of them called for liquid starch. As a Canadian I don’t have access to liquid starch. To demonstrate my own devotion to the slime cause, I even tried making my own liquid starch using a technique from an older military man, turned prepper. It still didn’t work!
Next I turned my attention to trying it with borax powder. Failure.
Plus the Canadian government advises against using borax powder around children, and I have lung and heart conditions that borax powder aggravates. So I ditched that idea pretty quickly.
I spent hours reading labels and searching for the one, rare brand of detergent that I was promised would work. It still failed. Probably because the exact magical laundry detergent I was told to find, couldn’t be found anywhere, and the others were poor substitutes.
It shouldn’t have been so hard. All I needed was a substance that would give the glue some stiffness and remove the stickiness. There had to be another answer. Finally I found it.
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