Simple Safe Slime Without Glue, Borax, Liquid Starch, Water, Shampoo, Shower Gel, Baking Soda, Contact Lens Solution

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Hello everyone, I will teach you how to make Simple two ingredient slime, I have not been posting on instructables lately but I have been on here every day. Slime is again one of the more popular trends now and I tried to make slime many many ways, but it wouldn't work this slime is a butter slime and normal slime mix. As soon as I was done experimenting and something worked I came right here to post it so lets begin. Slime with Borax, Liquid Starch have not always been safe, because of borax slime some people have burnt their hands and it is not safe for children to play with, so this does not contain harmful ingredients such as borax and is safe for kids to play with

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Step 1: Materials

We will only need two ingredients to complete this technique :

Corn Starch

Liquid Handwashing Soap

Spoon or something to stir with*

Bowl or container*

*The spoon doesn't count as an ingredient since you are not putting it in the slime and the container doesn't count either

Step 2: Putting the Ingredients Together

For this step put as much as corn starch as you want for your slime in the bowl, if you put a lot of corn starch you will get a lot of slime, if you don't put as much corn starch you will get little slime. So after you put the corn starch in the bowl, you will have to put half as much as liquid handsoap in the mixture, for example if you put 2 tablespoons cornstarch you will have to put 1 tablespoon of liquid soap in to the mixture.

Step 3: Mixing

Stir this mixture until to see the corn starch become solid and stick to your spoon. If they the corn starch still looks like corn starch add more handwash and then it will solidify into slime.

Step 4: Kneading

Now it will still be a little sticky so now you can use your hands and knead it until it isn't sticky and then have fun with the slime.

Step 5: Preservation

If it dries up after you play with slime alot just put some lotion on it of mix it with another batch of the same slime technique

Step 6: How the Technique Works

It is almost oobleck but is more solid, it will sometimes behave like oobleck but it is 10 times more solid than oobleck it does not melt in your hand because it is hand soap and not water. Thank you viewing my instructables, please like, comment and show me how your slime turned out by posting a picture in the comments

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    6 Discussions


    1 year ago

    nice job explaining everything!!!


    1 year ago

    Me and my sister is doing it and it is not slime :'(


    2 years ago


    Reply 2 years ago

    Thx for trying my idea, took a lot of experimenting but it worked out comment a picture after you try it


    Reply 2 years ago

    yeah I'm going to try it but it may not work can I use flour instead