EASY SLIME RECIPE #1
2 Cups Water
1/2 Cup Cornstarch
Bring water to a boil in a medium saucepan. Add cornstarch, then food coloring while stirring constantly. Remove from heat and cool to room temperature. This makes a messy slime that goes from liquid to solid, and is great fun to play with.
EASY SLIME RECIPE #2
1/4 cup White Glue
1 1/4 cup Water, divided
1 tbsp. Borax – found in the laundry detergent aisle of your grocery store
Borax is available in the laundry section of your local grocery store. Add 1 tbsp. Borax to one cup of warm water. Stir until completely dissolved.
Make a 50% water 50% white glue solution. Take 1/4 cup of each and mix thoroughly.
In a ziploc bag, add equal parts of the borax solution to equal parts of the glue solution. (Half cup of each will make a cup of slime.)
Add a couple drops of food coloring. Seal bag and knead the mixture.
If slime is too sticky, add a little more borax. If slime is too slippery, add a little more white glue solution.
Less rubbery & more transparent slime: Try a 4% solution of polyvinyl alcohol instead of the glue mixture
Different Consistencies: Add shaving cream or baby powder to the mixture.
Glow in the Dark Slime: Add several drops of glow-in-the-dark paint during mixing.
HOW TO MAKE SILLY PUTTY
1 tbsp. White Glue
½ tsp. Epsom Salts
½ tsp. Water
In small cup, put ½ tsp. Epsom salt and ½ tsp water. Stir till salt is all or mostly dissolved. Add one tbsp. Glue to another small cup. Add Epsom salt water to the glue and stir. When
GENERAL SLIME HANDLING INFORMATION:
Store in a ziploc bag in the refrigerator for maximum life.
A few drops of Lysol can be added to the Slime to minimize formation of mold and extend the lifetime of the Slime.
Wash hands before using slime to minimize mold growth as well.
Keep off carpets and furniture as it can stain.
Borax is toxic in large doses, so keep out of reach of children under 3.