Fluffy Slime Recipe: Step by Step (Easy!)
Today we are sharing a fluffy slime recipe with you guys! The one here is a must! The texture is really fun to play with. Kids will love stretching and crushing this fluffy slime. And we have to say, we think this is the best fluffy slimy recipe you will try.
We have prepared this recipe with unicorn colors: pink, teal, and purple. We love how colorful and pretty it sounds too!
Fluffy slime is actually just regular slime done with added shaving cream. The amount of shaving cream you add will affect the texture and consistency of the slime.
If you want to make sure your slime ends, read the instructions carefully. What kind of contact lens solution you need and glue is very important!
What you need
- 2/3 cup of Elmer’s White Glue
- 1/2 teaspoon Baking Soda
- 1/4 Cup Water
- 2-3 cups Shaving Cream
- 1.5 Tablespoons Contact Lens Solution
- Liquid Food Coloring
Fluffy Slime Recipe
We love using the contact lens solution instead of pure borax in our slimy recipes. We recommend you try this basic recipe first if you haven’t made clay before. It is easier to do than fuzzy slime and will give you an idea of how much you need to knead and work out the slime for it to form.
It’s really fun for kids to play with slime. However, we recommend adult supervision and adults should make slime.
Once you have your fluffy slime done, have fun stretching and crushing. Slimy fluffy will leave indentations when you press it as regular mud will not make it as easily. It is a little harder to stretch because it provides a soft consistency instead.
How long it lasts?
The fluffiness is only going to last one day. So if you do plan to store it for future use, just note that the shaving cream settles and the next day it will not be as fluffy. You can always continue to play with it after day one, but it will turn into a consistency more like regular mud. Store in an airtight container and it should last a week or more.
Instructions (step by step)
Note: Adults only have to make the mud and manipulate all the chemicals. Do not replace any of our recipes. Always rinse your hands before and after use. Always wash your hands before and after usage.
If you notice irritation of the skin immediately stop using. Slime is a scientific experiment and must be performed in moderation. See the bottom of the post for more safety precautions before making the slime.
Put your white glue in the bowl.
Pour in the water and baking soda and mix.
Add your shaving cream, then mix.
Add your food coloring until you are happy with the color. Mix it well.
Now slowly add in your contact solution.
If it always feels too sticky – add baby oil or lotion to your hands. You may also add more contact lens solutions if you still find it too tacky.
Little by little at once. We like to add an additional teaspoon at once until it stops sticking. If you add too much slime may get too hard and won’t be as extendable to play with.