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Slime Dotted

Fluffy Slime Recipe

The fluffiness will only last a day. So if you do plan on storing it for future use, just note that the

shaving cream settles and the next day it won’t be as fluffy. You can still continue to play with it

after the first day but it will turn into a consistency more like regular slime.  Store in an air tight

container and it should last at least 1 week.

– 2/3 cup of Elmer’s White Glue

Note: we made this with Elmer’s white glue. Do not substitute with other glue as the make-up

may not be the same and the recipe may not work

– 1/2 teaspoon Baking Soda

– 1/4 Cup Water

– 2-3 cups Shaving Cream – note: do not use shave gel.

– 1.5 Tablespoons Contact Lens Solution –   We recommend only using Renu fresh or Equate brand. Do not substitute with other brands.


1. Add your white glue to a bowl.

2.  Add you water and baking soda and then mix.

3. Add your shaving cream and mix.

4. Add your food coloring or Acrylic Paint until you are satisfied with the color. Mix.

5. Now slowly add in your contact solution.

 Add in 1 tablespoon of saline solution, knead for 5 minutes and then add in the 1/2 tablespoon after kneading for some time. The slime will be very sticky when you’re kneading – and that’s normal!

Note- fluffy slime is MESSY when you’re making it. It is normal that it will stick to your hands as you’re kneading.

If you find it still too sticky – add some saline solution to your hands.  If it’s still too sticky, just add more saline solution a little bit at a time. If you add too much contact solution the slime may become too hard and won’t be as stretchy to play with.

A quick comment about safety. Children need to be supervised around these materials, and under no circumstances should they be put in anyone’s mouth. Be sure that everyone washes their hands after playing with the slime, too.

We’ve never had any skin reactions to any of the different types of slime recipes we’ve used, but everyone is different. It’s something to keep an eye on depending on what materials you choose to use (and if you or the children have sensitive skin or allergies). Use the recipes below at your own discretion.

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