Learn how to make this GIANT FLUFFY SLIME with Annelise, Julia & Rachel. NO Borax, liquid starch or detergent is needed! Happy Crafting!

You will need:

White school glue

Baking soda

Eyedrops or contact lens saline solution (see note below)

Shaving cream (get a scent you like!)

Foaming face or body wash - this is optional

Food dye - this is optional

*Note about eyedrops/saline solution: Make sure that you see either Boric Acid or Sodium Borate in the ingredients. If not, check for the words “Buffered Saline” on the package. If it says this, you are good to go!

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Any ideas how to make it last. The old borax slime lasted forever. This one turns hard and water comes out within days. Thanks

I tried to make slime but I just made coloured glue. I think it matters what the buffer is, my saline's buffer is sodium phosphate.

Try new container of baking soda. I couldn't figure out why mine didn't work for weeks. That solved it.

That's why we mention the ingredients Sodium borate or Boric acid, but we hadn't seen a buffered solution that didn't work, so that's good to know. Also, you have to be using PVA glue or it won't turn into slime even with the right saline.

my contact solution says that it contains a antibacterial buffered system will this work?

I've never seen that wording but it should work fine, as long as it's buffered. :)

I tried to make this with four bottles (4 oz each) of glue, and even with four bottles of contact solution, the slime would not thicken! I ended up having to get borax.

Sounds like your contact solution didn't have the right ingredients. We say in each video that you need to see sodium borate or boric acid in the ingredients or the words "buffered solution" somewhere on the bottle. If you don't see any of this, your solution won't work as it doesn't have any borax in it.

If you want can you use a glue stick if it's melted?

Yes you can use a glue stick but make sure you use the whole glue stick.