Materials and ingredients:
bowls, spoons, 1 5fl oz. (glow in the dark) elmers glue, shaving cream, foaming hand soap, baking soda (not baking powder), eye contact solution (has to contain boric acid), gloves (optional)
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Step 1: Gather Materials and Ingredients.
Optional: gloves if you do not want to get slime on your hands
Optional: glow in the dark glue for an extra effect
Step 2: Pour Whole Glue Bottle Into the Bowl.
It is okay if you do not get all the glue out immediately. Take your time and leave the bottle upside down if that works best for you.
Step 3: Count Out 5 Seconds While Squirting the Shaving Cream Into the Bowl.
Step 4: Stir the Glue Mixture. Should Look Similar to Image.
Step 5: Add 10 Squirts of the Foaming Hand Soap.
Step 6: Stir Mixture.
Step 7: Add 6 Spoonfuls of Baking Soda and 8 Squirts of Eye Contact Solution. Add Both Ingredients Before Next Step .
Step 8: Stir Together.
Step 9: Optional: Continue to Add Baking Soda and Eye Contact Solution Until Preferred Consistency and Texture Is Reached.
The more baking soda and eye contact solution you add, the less sticky the slime should become.