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SLIME RECIPES BELOW, including 4 “non-toxic” recipes to try!
Borax safety research: https://crunchybetty.com/getting-to-the-bottom-of-borax-is-it-safe-or-not/
Looking to make non-toxic slime with ingredients you have in your kitchen? In this video, we tested how to make slime with the corn starch recipe and then decided to not share the fiber recipe in the video because it looked really (really) disgusting on camera. The traditional slime made with glue, borax, water, is the simplest and then we get a little fancier with the instagram slime! Below you’ll find 4 non-toxic recipes to try without borax.
Regular Slime / School Slime Recipe
½ cup (30 ml) of craft glue
Food coloring (optional)
1½ cup (150 ml) of warm water
1 tablespoon (18 grams) borax powder
Measure glue into a bowl and add food coloring.
With a spoon, measure out borax and mix it with the warm water. Set aside.
Start adding borax and water solution to the glue bowl and stir, until the sides lift and it becomes a pliable putty -like in the video.
1/4 cup glue
food coloring and glitter
1/4 cup shaving cream
1/4 cup lotion or hair conditioner
1 tablespoon cornstarch
1 teaspoon borax
1 cup warm water
Add glue into a plastic bowl. Add food coloring and glitter if you want. Add shaving cream into the bowl. Mix thoroughly with a spatula. Make activator solution by mixing borax and warm water. Slowly add borax mixture into the bowl a teaspoon at a time. Mix carefully and keep adding until the slime lifts from the sides and begins to clump. Remove it from the bowl and knead.
Cornstarch Slime / Non-toxic Slime #1
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup cornstarch
In a bowl, combine water, cornstarch, and food coloring until they are evenly combined. contiue mixing and playing with it in the bowl.
Fiber Supplement Slime – Non-toxic Slime #2
1 Tablespoon Metamucil (with Psyllium Fiber)
1 cup Water (or ¾ cups Water for a more flubber-like consistency)
In a large microwave-safe bowl, whisk together the Metamucil and the water for about 1 minute.
Microwave on high for 5 minutes. Keep an eye on it, and pause the microwave for a few seconds if it looks like it’s going to bubble over.
Remove from the microwave and stir.
It’s hot, so make sure you allow it to cool before handling it.
Kitchen Slime / Non-toxic Slime #3
¾ cup (20 grams) cornstarch
2 cups (240 ml) vegetable oil
food coloring (optional)
A piece of styrofoam
Mix ¾ cup (90 grams) cornstarch with 2 cups (240 ml) vegetable oil. Add both ingredients to a large bowl. Stir them together thoroughly.
Put the mixture in the refrigerator. Place the bowl in the refrigerator and leave it there until the mixture is fully chilled (about one hour). The cold temperature will help the slime solidify and reach the ideal consistency
Remove the mixture from the refrigerator. Stir it well (the ingredients will have separated again). Let the mixture warm up just enough that it flows slightly.
Find a block of styrofoam. It can really be any size but the standard size is 1x6x6 inches (25x150x150mm). Run the styrofoam on your hair or on your carpet several times to give it a static charge.
Pour the slime mixture out slowly into another container. Place the piece of styrofoam just in front of the slime before you start pouring. It should be about 1 inch (25 mm) away from the flow of slime. The static electricity will cause the slime to stop flowing and appear to take on a life of its own.
Soap Flake Slimes / Non-toxic Slime #4
1 cup (130 grams) soap flakes
5 cups (510 ml) hot water
Food coloring (optional)
Mix 1 cup (120 grams) soap flakes with 4 cups (480 ml) hot water. Measure out the soap flakes and place them in a large bowl. Carefully add the hot water to the container. Stir thoroughly until the flakes fully dissolve.
Add a few drops of food coloring (if desired). Food coloring is optional, but it may make the slime more fun!
Let the mixture stand for up to an hour. This will allow the mixture to reach the desired consistency.
Beat the mixture vigorously with a spoon. It will begin to froth up as you beat it. It has reached the right consistency when it pours easily and becomes extremely slimy to touch.
Keep the slime in an airtight container. This slime keeps very well in an airtight container. Make sure you store it away from direct sunlight and heat.
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