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  • Hey guys! It's Wengie. Welcome back and slimy hug!

  • If you guys haven't made slime, you guys have got to give this a chance.

  • No matter how old you are, you've got to do it.

  • It is such a stress relieving thing to play with.

  • It's kind of like a form of meditation

  • I even sat there like playing with it for ages. Stress, anxiety, just like... flew out the window

  • And today I'll show you guys how to make these five slimes

  • Properly because we went through some trial and error before we got these right

  • So hopefully we can share our learnings with you.

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  • Oh my gosh, guys. I love fluffy slime.

  • It's super easy to make and it feels so light and airy compared to regular slime

  • and you can make a huge slime without using a lot of glue.

  • The materials you will need are some bowls, a mixing spoon, shaving foam, Elmer's

  • glue, contact lens solution, some baking soda, and some food coloring of your choice.

  • First add some Elmer's glue or PVA glue into your bowl and you don't actually need a

  • lot of it for this kind of slime to work.

  • Then give your shaving foam a bit of a shake and squeeze some into the bowl as well.

  • I'm actually doing two bowls at the same time because I want to make two different colors.

  • Next, add a pinch of baking soda into the mixture.

  • The baking soda basically loosens the stickiness of the slime, so it doesn't stick

  • on your hands too much, but make sure you don't add too much of it.

  • Otherwise the slime will completely fall apart.

  • Next, give this mixture a good mix.

  • I don't know why, but it reminded me so much of pavlova and whipped cream and I got hungry doing this.

  • Once it's mixed, though, it's time to add some color, so I used a few drops of red

  • food coloring first and mixed it in well.

  • Because there's so much shaving foam, you can use a few more drops of color and

  • it will turn into this beautiful pastel pink, which is super cute.

  • When you've mixed enough, it's now time to add the contact lens solution.

  • Basically, you just add a small amount of solution to your mixture and mix it until it becomes a slime.

  • You want to take your time with this part because, if you put too much contact lens

  • solution in too quickly, it will turn the slime too hard and instead of being stretchy it will

  • just snap when you pull it and break apart.

  • I think I was a little too cautious, so I actually took a while, but hey, slow and steady wins the race, right?

  • You can tell when it's almost ready by seeing how the slime starts sticking to itself as

  • you mix it and it no longer sticks to the side of the bowl.

  • You can test it at this point with a quick tap of your finger to see if it comes off your finger.

  • If it sticks on and comes off cleanly, you're ready to start massaging it with your hands.

  • At this point, you're basically done and you can put it on the table and play with it to your heart's content.

  • It's actually so much softer and lighter than regular slime and feels so light and

  • fluffy in your hands, which I guess is why it's called fluffy slime.

  • Yeah. It also makes the funniest sounds when you squish it. Very, very satisfying, guys.

  • Next, I'm going to use some blue food coloring for the other bowl I prepared.

  • Just put a few drops and mix it well and then you should end up with a cute blue pastel color.

  • Mix it with your contact lens solution again and watch it turn into fluffy slime right in front of you.

  • Again, I used the finger test to make sure it wasn't still too sticky and then took it out and played around with it.

  • I honestly think this is one of the best stress relievers out there because I completely

  • lost track of time while playing with it.

  • The next thing I did was to make some pastel purple fluffy slime with my blue

  • and red slime by simply mixing a small batch of them together.

  • So now I have pink, purple, and blue fluffy slime that any unicorn would be proud of.

  • The final thing to do is mix them all together to make unicorn fluffy slime.

  • Make sure you have some plastic air tight containers to store the slime in, so you can play with it again later.

  • It will keep for a few weeks if stored well.

  • You definitely don't want to throw away all your hard work.

  • Crunchy slime has got to be one of the best slimes to play with just because of

  • the sound it makes, so here's how you can make it.

  • You'll need a mixing bowl, some Sta-Flo liquid starch, some clear PVA glue,

  • clear beads, and some food coloring. So the first step is to pour in some clear PVA or Elmer's glue into your bowl.

  • I used about 100 milliliters of glue, but obviously the amount depends on how

  • much crunchy slime you want to make.

  • Next I added a drop of red food coloring.

  • Because of the nature of this slime, you want to make sure you don't put too much food coloring here.

  • Otherwise your slime may become too dark, so mix your color in carefully and a little bit at a time.

  • Next take some Sta-Flo and slowly add it into your slime mix.

  • You can see it starts to make it slimy pretty quickly, so keep adding your Sta Flo

  • as you mix to slowly solidify your slime.

  • When it looks ready you can take it out of the bowl and obviously play around with it first.

  • I love how the clear glue makes this slime look so reflective and shiny.

  • Even though it's a bit little opaque right now, that's because you made air bubbles

  • from the mixing, but if you let this slime sit for a day those air bubbles will come

  • right out and the slime will end up looking super clear.

  • After you've played with it enough, you're going to add your clear beads in.

  • I found some really pretty beads from the local dollar store and I've seen people

  • use glass beads and mine were plastic, but honestly they worked just as well.

  • Plus, these beads had a unicorn colored iridescent coat, which made them look even better.

  • Spread your slime out on a table and then just add your beads to the slime.

  • Fold the beads into the slime and they should incorporate nicely.

  • You'd be surprised just how many beads a small amount of slime can take into it.

  • Once it's done you have made crunchy slime.

  • The stickiness of the slime and the beads hitting each other as you play with it

  • makes it sound crunchy and yes, this is extremely satisfying to play with and

  • the sound is just so soothing for me. I don't know why.

  • Here you can see I made a clear blue crunchy slime as well previously.

  • This one was made two days ago and I kept it stored in an air tight and you can

  • see how clear this slime looks in comparison because all the air bubbles have had

  • time to settle and the best thing is it keeps its crunch, which is what we want.

  • Floam slime is basically a slime version of floam, which is like a moldable clay that

  • is full of tiny little foam balls and this kind of slime basically behaves like

  • something halfway between floam and slime and it feels so nice.

  • To make floam slime, you'll need a mixing bowl, some foam balls, Sta-Flo liquid

  • starch, Elmer's glue, and food coloring. So the first thing I'm sure you guys know by now is to pour in your glue.

  • As much glue as you want. There's no rule here.

  • Next I added some food coloring.

  • Now, I really wanted to make a minty green color, so I took a tiny amount of

  • blue and green dye and mixed them into the glue.

  • I think the color turned out really nice, so the next step is to add Sta-Flo and mix it until it becomes slime.

  • This slime is super sticky, super stretchy, and it's basically your standard slime recipe,

  • so if you wanted to make regular slime you can stop here.

  • It's still really awesomely fun to play with, which is what I'm going to do right now.

  • I got these foam balls from the dollar store and I love these because they had

  • bits of glitter covering them, which I couldn't resist.

  • You can buy smaller foam balls or larger ones.

  • It's really up to you as long as they aren't too big.

  • Again, spread out your slime on the table and then pour your foam balls onto it.

  • It's really satisfying actually watching the foam balls stick to it and stay.

  • Like I could watch this all day.

  • Mix it well.

  • I think you'll probably find like me that you can add more foam to it than you initially thought possible and that's it!

  • You now have floam slime.

  • This slime can be molded to various shapes unlike regular slime and holds itself together pretty well.

  • When I let it split into multiple strands and let them fall I thought the foam balls

  • running down the strands looked so interesting.

  • Kind of like little water drops.

  • Foam slime also happens to be quite noisy, which I love, so that was an added bonus.

  • Butter slime is probably one of the hardest slimes to make, but it ends up

  • looking super similiar to butter not surprisingly, but it's definitely not edible, so please

  • don't try and eat it at home.

  • I am not responsible for that.

  • To make butter slime, you'll need some contact lens solution, baking soda, a

  • mixing bowl, Elmer's PVA glue, corn flour, shaving cream, and some food coloring.

  • Yes, this is by far the most complicated slime recipe and these amounts need

  • to be followed pretty carefully, so first add three tablespoons of corn flour,

  • then three tablespoons of PVA glue, now three heaped tablespoons of shaving foam.

  • This is a little hard to do accurately, so just try your best and four pinches of baking

  • soda and then add some yellow food coloring so that it looks like butter.

  • Give this a good mix and it should feel a little bit like cake mix.

  • Next add two teaspoons of contact lens solution and this should be the perfect

  • amount to turn it into slime once mixed.

  • Finally, add half a teaspoon of baby oil to give the butter some oily shine and you're done.

  • Doesn't this look so much like a glob of butter?

  • When you spread this with a knife, it actually looks like a thick layer of soft butter

  • because of the texture and it's not like regular yellow slime because it actually

  • holds its shape rather than melt into a puddle if left for a while.

  • Just don't leave it lying around in case some other people think it's butter and they try and eat it.

  • That's not good.

  • This iceberg slime is so cool--haha--get it?

  • The top layer is hard, but the bottom is squishy.

  • It's actually really satisfying to play with and it almost looks like sponge cake.

  • To make iceberg slime, you'll need a mixing bowl, some baby powder, borax, Elmer's

  • glue, shaving foam, hand lotion, and food coloring.

  • First empty out a bottle of Elmer's glue into your bowl.

  • Yes, the whole bottle.

  • Then give your shaving foam a good shake and empty that out completely as well.

  • Remember to get a big bowl or this is going to get quite messy.

  • Add three pumps of hand lotion to add some silkiness to your slime.

  • Then four pumps of baby powder to give it a matte finish.

  • Finally, add some blue and green food coloring to make the slime look like ice water .

  • Now use those arm muscles and mix this all together.

  • Trust me, it gets pretty tiring and I worked up a bit of a sweat doing this.

  • Plus, my arm got a bit sore.