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Get Creative With Cloud Slime: A Step-by-Step Guide To Making The Perfect Puffy Slime!


Cloud slime has taken the slime community by storm with its unique texture and satisfying stretchability. Making cloud slime is relatively easy and can be done with a few simple ingredients and steps. Here’s a step-by-step tutorial on how to make cloud slime.

– White school glue
– Shaving cream
– Activator (liquid starch or contact lens solution)
– Food coloring (optional)
– Mixing bowl

1. Start by pouring a generous amount of white school glue into a mixing bowl. The amount of glue you use will depend on how much slime you want to make.
2. Add shaving cream to the glue and mix well until you get a fluffy consistency. You can add as much shaving cream as you want to achieve the desired texture.
3. If you want to add color to your cloud slime, mix in a few drops of food coloring at this stage.
4. Now add the activator, a little at a time and mix well until the slime forms. Keep adding activator until the slime is no longer sticky and can be easily handled.
5. Knead the slime for a couple of minutes to make sure it’s smooth and stretchy.
6. Your cloud slime is now ready to play with!

FAQs about making cloud slime:

1. What kind of glue should I use to make cloud slime?
You can use any white school glue to make cloud slime.

2. Can I use foam soap instead of shaving cream?
Foam soap can give you a similar texture to shaving cream, but it may not be as fluffy.

3. What if my slime is too sticky?
If your slime is too sticky, add a little more activator until it becomes less sticky.

4. How long will my cloud slime last?
If stored properly in an airtight container, your cloud slime can last for several weeks.

5. Can I add glitter to my cloud slime?
Yes, you can add glitter to your cloud slime to make it sparkly.

Making cloud slime is a fun and easy activity that can be enjoyed by slime enthusiasts of all ages. With a few simple ingredients and steps, you can create your own fluffy, stretchy cloud slime.

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