How to make slime with Laundry Detergent

At this moment a lot of kids are troubled with making homemade slime.There are lots of ways to make slime. Here is one option for how to make slime with laundry detergent.

I’m going to show you to make slime with laundry detergent just two ingredients but check this out so this experiment we’re going to need supplies.

How to make slime with Laundry Detergent

It’s become such a popular DIY project that some stores have reported glue shortages, but a bigger concern is one of slime’s other key ingredients – laundry detergent.

You can go ahead and use this recipe to make slime with only glue and water.

Make Slime With Detergent Recipe:

  • Pink Glitter two Glue
  • Liquid Laundry Detergent
  • Some kind of Container to mix it all

how to make slime with laundry detergent and glue

First I’m going to go up the glue and dump it all out in the container just like this as one and there goes the second one then we’re going to get liquid detergent going up and put it in a cup and we’re going to add slowly.

This one I have green the color of your liquid detergent of the color of the slime is going to be.

how to make slime with laundry detergent and glue

If you have colorless liquid detergent you’re going to have clear a slime also you can add food coloring but I got here going.

So you want to mix it and take it slowly the liquid detergent. You’re going to have a perfect slime. So you don’t want to put too much liquid detergent and again we want to keep mixing it to get it all slime nice.

how to make slime with laundry detergent and glue

So now let’s see what happens if you stretch it slowly it stitch and so well this is awesome and you know if you put a little too much liquid detergent.

You can also just run it in the water a little bit to get it off and also if you pull it hard look its breaks but if you go slowly, look at this it stretches this is amazing it is almost like homemade body look at this.

how to make slime with laundry detergent and glue

How to make slime with laundry detergent and glue

This is awesome wow if you go slow it will come much it stitch not, this is amazing wow this is the best slime ever I made this is so cool and if you wanted to make it more cars lawful just add some food coloring.

how to make slime with laundry detergent and glue

Liquid starch slime can be played with instantly, however for best outcomes, sit tight 15 minutes for the genuine slime consistency to form. Store in airtight container to enjoy for a couple days.

Of course, you would on one put it in your mouth because it’s glue and liquid detergent so that’s the only – about it.

So make sure Kids doing this make sure you watch them so they don’t eat it you know. So adult supervision for this one for sure love that science experiment.

How to make slime with detergent :

I got show you one more thing I’m going stretch it out slowly don’t pull on it hard and what it’s about here. I can just spin it and see what happens while how cool is this.

Look how much it stretches like a big rope now boom and stitches are even more. What’s cool about it look it’s completely movable in one piece again.

Do you have a favorite recipe for how to make slime or anything? I’d love to hear more ideas in the comments. With cold weather rolling in, I have a feeling I’ll need some fun kid-friendly activities in my pocket!

I hope you liked the idea of how to make slime with laundry detergent as much as me. I’m going to be accumulating all the mini slime for this summer. And what you said, the best thing is that you don’t need anything special. Also, do you want to know about how to make clay at home then check it out?

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  5. Taylor says:

    This didn’t work for me at all.

    1. Heana says:

      I hope its really work for you if you did the same things that are I said and follow all steps again.

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    Is this a translated post? It is very hard to read and understand. I would suggest proofreading next time so followers can better understand what your point is

    1. Heana says:

      No. But it’s my fault I’m not proofreading. Thanks for suggesting me. I will improve that post. Thanks

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