This easy stretchy slime recipe is one that my kids love. According to McKenzie stretchy slime is a must have in any kids slime collection and so it was a must that I share with you how to make super stretchy slime!
How to Make slime with out Borax
There is no borax or liquid starch in this stretchy slime but it has amazing stretch! The kids will have fun with this stretchy homemade slime for hours!
Easy Stretchy Slime with No Borax or Liquid Starch
This slime without borax or liquid starch recipe is perfect for making with the little kids. It has all the stretch they are going to want, with out you having to worry about them touching chemicals. Everything you need to make this kid friendly slime recipe is ok for kids to touch. I do however make my kids wash their hands after playing with slime just because.
How to Make Stretchy Slime with Glue
If you are looking for a stretchy slime recipe that uses glue you are in luck! This slime recipe has no starch, no borax, no laundry soap, so there are no worries about having the younger kids play with it.
If you are wondering about how to make your slime stretchy, it is all in the homemade slime recipe that you use. Some homemade slime recipes are thicker and tougher then others, and then you have slime recipes like this one that are super stretchy.
How to Make Stretchy Nonsticky slime
It is easy to make stretchy slime with glue, all you need are a few simple ingredients. McKenzie has come up with this slime recipe that uses lotion to make it super stretchy but not sticky! So if you are looking for a nonsticky slime recipe this one is perfect!
This slime recipe is perfect for you if you are looking for how to make non sticky slime without borax.
What to use to Color Slime
There are multiple ways that you can color slime, and most of our slime recipes use washable paint. However when the older kids are making slime they like to use acrylic paint instead but when they are making easy slime recipes with Hannah who is under 2 years old, they use washable paint to make slime. You can also use color pigment to make slime, however I find that makes things messier so we stick with paint in our house.
If your kids are in love with making slime like mine are, make sure you just start a collection of paint and glue now. We always have a gallon of glue on hand at all times. Not that it lasts very long LOL. Also when buying glue you want the school glue, do not use the all purpose glue, that stuff doesn’t work as well for making slime.
This slime recipe without borax or cornstarch is perfect for making with the kids when you are looking for something fun to do with them. They will be entertained for hours!
Blue Slime Ingredients
- 1 Cup white glue
- 1 cup shaving cream
- 5 pumps foaming hand soap
- 1 tablespoon clear hand soap
- 4 pumps hand lotion
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- Saline solution
- Craft Paint of your choice of color
How to make Stretchy Slime
- Grab a large bowl and add in your glue. Then add in your shaving cream, lotion, foam soap, hand soap, baking soda and mix well.
- Then add your saline solution, add a little bit at a time until you get to your desired slime consistency.
- Use your paint and add a small amount of paint to your slime to get the color you want. Start out with about a teaspoon of paint and then add more until you get the color you want. Mix well with your hands.
Now have fun with this stretchy slime recipe! You can use this stretchy homemade slime to make and color slime that you want to! Make sure you also check out our ocean slime, which is one of our favorite color combinations that we have made so far! Or have fun making Slime Bubbles! Not sure how to make a slime bubble? Check out our post on How to Make Slime Bubbles!
More Slime Recipes to enjoy!
- Fluffy Slime Recipe
- Unicorn Poop Slime
- Starbust Slime
- Pudding Slime
- Glitter Fluffy Slime
- How to Make Glow in the Dark Slime
- Galaxy Slime
- How to Make Clear Slime
- How to make slime with Contact Solution
- How to Make slime without Borax
- How to Make Fluffy Slime with Shaving Cream
- How to Make Butter Slime with Clay
- Texture Changing Slime
- Kid Friendly Slime Recipe
- How to make Floam Slime
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