BEST Kid Friendly Slime! (NO Borax)

Published on March 31, 2017

This is my go to kid friendly slime recipe, it’s super easy to make and turns out perfect every time!! Don’t forget to subscribe for new vids every M-W-F

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Elmers Glue 4oz
Baking Soda 1/2tsp
Food Coloring or Soap Colorant
Contact Solution 1-2 TBS
Baby Oil
Moon Dust
Fragrance Oil

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50 thoughts on “BEST Kid Friendly Slime! (NO Borax)

  1. Guys, many people have been saying that borax is harmful (which is definitely false..) Obviously since borax is a clothing detergent, it shouldn't be toxic. In fact, borax is less harmful that liquid detergent. People have said that borax prevents you from having kids. Why would they make borax as a detergent if it is toxic? Borax is skin-friendly, just not eating-friendly, so many little kids might eat slime, so don't let them play with it until their around age 4

  2. I don't know if this works with other Brands it probably does but not all but it's both glue and borax free it's just toothpaste the brand I tried was crest the whitening toothpaste and redkin shampoo the one for dyed hair first you put the shampoo in a bowl the. You add toothpaste as an activator I can not promise the brands you use will work but it most likely will but if you don't want to take risk use the brands I listed above that way it will definitely work unless you screw it up but that's not likely it's very easy and you can add a little shaving cream but that optional bit don't add to much

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  4. That girl that got 3rd degree burns was most likely allergic. You guys worry to much lol. If she WASNT then she was handling the pure borax wrong. I mean take it from me I put dissolved borax on my hands and been doing this for months and do it every single week. Unless you eat it there is nothing wrong with it.

  5. Tbh tho the reason why contact lens, detergent etc works is BECAUSE they have borax. Nothing will make slime without any borax because slime is a chemical reaction that needs boric acid. Sorry to burst ur bubble there but no slime is actually "borax free". Though I have to say that eye drop, contact lens solution etc has less pure borax in it so it's less dangerous to kids/people.

  6. Thank you for the recipe it worked well I added the vanilla scent like yours but mine stunk I think it was because of the baby oil. Beside that 10/10 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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