Learn how to make jiggly slime into regular slime with two easy methods along with a recipe for each, a jiggly as well as a normal slime in this article!

When you hear about slime, all you can think of is a lovely, stretchy material that can be fun and calming at the same time. There are still various varieties of slime available that are enjoyed in the same way as the generic slime. These include butter slime, fluffy slime, crunchy slime, edible slime, and, similarly, many more. Jiggly slime is a type of slime with a jelly-like texture and usually wiggles a lot. It is somewhere a balance between watery slime and the regular stretchy slime.

Even though jiggly slime is enjoyable to play with, you might want to turn it into a regular slime to make it easier to play with for kids. Additionally, storing jiggly slime might not be the most straightforward task in the world. You can turn a jiggly slime into regular slime by adding some different activator and turning it back to regular slime. This might increase the quantity of the slime. Learn how to make jiggly slime into regular slime with this informative article.

How to Make Jiggly Slime Into Regular Slime?

Jiggly slime usually contains more water than required but not that much to turn it into a watery slime. Slime activators can come in handy when you wish to turn jiggly slime into regular slime but this process might increase the quantity of the slime. Below are two easy and helpful methods that you can use to turn your jelly-like slime into a regular slime.

1. Use Shaving Foam and Borax Activator

Mix a pinch of borax in a cup of hot water to obtain the borax activator. Add a few drops of this activator and a tablespoon of shaving foam into a bowl. Put your jiggly slime into it and start kneading the slime. If you feel you need more activator, add another few drops of the borax solution. Keep on kneading the slime until you get the desired consistency. Be mindful to not add the borax activator in excess as it can turn the slime hard and rubbery. Thereby, add only a few drops first and keep on kneding.

Be careful while using the borax solution and keep the solution away from the reach of your children as borax can have adverse effects if ingested. Additionally, wear good quality face masks and gloves while dealing with borax as inhalation of borax is not safe. If you use borax for the purpose of making your slime, always supervise your kids while they are playing with the slime and make them wash their hands thoroughly after they are done playing.

2. Baking Soda

Baking soda can help to turn your jiggly slime into a normal stretchy slime. Start by kneading the slime on a platform. Now add half a teaspoon of baking soda to it and knead for some time. If the slime’s texture doesn’t change as desired, keep adding small quantities of baking soda and kneading it until you reach the desired texture. Do not add too much baking soda at once to prevent it from turning into a rubbery slime.

Jiggly Slime Recipe

Ingredients

  • Water
  • PVA Glue
  • Foaming Hand soap
  • Contact lens solution
  • Food Coloring (optional)

Recipe

Empty a bottle of PVA glue in a glass bowl. Now add ¼ cup of water to the mixture. After mixing it well, add 1/8th cup of foaming hand soap and stir it well. Keep adding a teaspoon of contact lens solution or any other activator to the slime until you get the jiggly texture. Always remember to knead your slime well before deciding to add the slime activator as too much activator can turn the slime hard and rubbery. Additionally, you may even wish to add food coloring to your slime to give it a personalized touch.

Normal Slime Recipe

Ingredients

  • Elmers glue
  • Water
  • Contact lens solution
  • Baking soda
  • Food coloring (optional)

Recipe

Take ½ a cup of Elmer’s glue and add ½ a teaspoon of baking soda to it. Add 1/3 cup of water with food coloring of your choice and keep stirring the solution. Add two tablespoons of contact lens solution and knead until you get the slime consistency. Store slime in an airtight container in a cool, dry place.

Points to Remember

  1. Always store your slime in an airtight container away from the sun in a cool and dark place.
  2. Before playing with your slime after a gap, remember to knead it well. This will improve the texture of the slime and increase the shelf life of it too.
  3. While doing any DIY with borax solution, wear safety gears and keep your kids and pets away from the DIY station.
  4. Slime activators should not be added in excess all at once as they can turn the slime hard and rubbery. You must follow a gradual approach while using slime activators.

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