This cute regular white glue-based slime is an easy craft recipe for those who love to feel things and play with their hands, for those who love ASMR videos, or even for those who want a distraction from stress. White glue-based slimes are great for adding subtle textures to slime like soft clay, foaming soap, shaving cream, and so on. If you are feeling extra crafty, combining white slime and Styrofoam pieces from any packing box acts as a great alternative to clear slime and foam beads and gives your white glue-based slime a more crunchy texture and sound.
- mixing bowl
- spoon and/or spatula
- white glue (100 ml)
- warm water (25-50 ml)
- food colouring (optional)
- borax mix (1-2 tsp.; mix 1 tbsp. of borax into 1 cup of boiling water and stir until clear)
- pour white glue into mixing bowl and then slowly add water and food colouring (optional), mixing well with spoon or spatula;
- add borax mixture, but do not add to much since it will make your slime hard and not stretchy;
- mix slime with spoon or spatula until it starts to stick to itself, becoming gooey;
- remove spoon or spatula and place on a plate or a paper towel. Then, knead the slime for 2-5 minutes in the mixing bowl while trying to get all the stringy parts out;
- transfer your slime onto a hard, clean surface or into a sealable container;
- play with your slime with your hands or a spoon!
- at each step, always mix thoroughly (especially before adding borax mixture)
- only add more borax mixture if absolutely necessary (1-2 tsps. per time)