How to Make Clear Slime

Recipes of Making Clear Slime

 

Slime is something that kids like to play. There are many kinds of slime the kids can prepare. One of the slimes is the Clear Slime. It is a see-through slime which is more fun to play. There are many ways in which you can prepare the clear slime. The kids love to make slime at home. How to Make Clear Slime is a fun experiment through which the kids can also learn the art of blending and mixing stuff. Here are two interesting and easy recipes to make clear slime. Both these recipes use readily available ingredients at home.

How to Make Clear Slime with Borax

How to Make Clear Slime

Making Clear Slime with Borax Using these few ingredients, you can quickly make clear slime. It is fun and easy. We also have written the precaution of some ingredients while making slime. Please read carefully before the preparation of slime.

Time Estimation

  • Prep Time: 5min.
  • Cook Time: 5min.
  • Total Time: 10min.

Ingredients

  • 1/2 tbsp Borax
  • 1 Cup Water
  • 1 Bottle Elmer’s Clear Glue

Instructions

  • First, you need to prepare the slime activator.
  • Mix 1 cup water and ½ teaspoon of borax to prepare the activator.
  • Now take a bowl and add to it one bottle of clear glue.
  • Use the same bottle and fill it with water. Add the water from the bottle to the glue and mix until smooth.
  • Now leave the mixture for two minutes.
  • Then add the borax solution slowly a teaspoon at a time and keep mixing.
  • It keeps mixing until it forms slime.
  • Slime activator is a solution which turns the ingredients into slime.

If you see lumps take these lumps out.

  • Take the rest of the solution and put it in a pot.
  • Take a spatula and break the lumps if there are any left.
  • Knead until it forms slime.
  • Now cover the pot and leave it for two hours.
  • Knead again. TO make sure it is crystal clear, you will need to leave it for two days.
Make sure that all the tools and containers you use to prepare slime are clean. If there is dust or any other particles, the slime will not be stretchy. It may also be not clear. Using the same amount of water will result in a better slime. Also, make sure that you add water slowly.
This method of How to Make Clear Slime may take some time, but you can prepare a clear slime with this method easily at home. How to Make Clear Slime recipe is curated form the youtube channel Talisa Tossell. It has published much worthy content. Check its outstanding videos and follow Talisa Tossell on youtube.

Making Clear Slime without Borax

making Clear Slime

Making Clear Slime Without Borax is a recipe that kids will love to prepare the clear slime. It uses four ingredients and is fun to prepare. It does not use any borax.

Time Estimation

  • Prep Time: 5 Mins
  • Total Time: 2 – 3 days

Ingredients

  • 1 Bottle Elmer’s Clear Glue
  • Saline solution
  • ½ cup water
  • Two teaspoons Baking soda

Instructions

  • First, take a clean bowl and add the clear glue to it
  • Now add water and mix well until even
  • Now add two teaspoons of baking soda to the mixture. Mix it well.
  • Now the saline solution to the mixture.
  • Keep mixing while adding the saline solution.
  • Knead until it forms the slime. The slime is foggy at the moment.
  • Leave it for two to three days to clear up
Make sure you add 2/3 glue to 1/3 water. Add saline solution slowly a few squirts at a time or your slime will not form. If you add the saline all at once, it will form lumps. 
This method of How to Make Clear Slime prepare slime is interesting. It uses more ingredients and is fun to mix and prepare. The kids will enjoy making this slime, but they will have to wait a couple of days to get the slime ready. I found How to Make Clear Slime video on youtube channel slimeholik. You can grab the latest stuff by following its channel. We always appreciate and love the good stuff. Don’t forget to share this blog.
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