Elmer's Liquid School Glue, White, Washable, 32 Ounces - Great for Making Slime
- Make batches of slime that you can customize with color
- Safe, washable, no-run and nontoxic formula
- Smooth formula creates the ideal slime base - follow kid-friendly recipe on the pack!
- Great for bonding materials like paper, wood, fabric and ceramics
- Adjustable before setting so it's easy to perfect your projects
Want to make slime? Start with Elmer’s Washable School Glue! The smooth, white glue formula creates the ideal slime base to customize with color – just follow the kid-friendly recipe on the pack. Specially formulated to be washable, safe and nontoxic, Elmer’s School Glue is also perfect for attaching items to paper, wood, cloth, pottery and more. Adjustable before setting and non-runny for reliable results, the Elmer’s glue is ideal for class work as well as home arts and crafts. Use trusted Elmer’s liquid glue to create one-of-a-kind slime and for flawless crafting.
Prior to embracing this activity I did a little research. The first thing I did was Google slime recipes and reviews about how well they turned out and then I went to YouTube and watch videos of people's experiences. I'm the type of person who went in bracing a new recipe has to have all of the measurements exact. With slime however there is no exact and from what I read it can't be a pretty much Hit or miss experience.
I thought the safest route would be to try the recipe provided by Elmer's Glue on the page from which I purchased this glue and I have to say I'm very glad that I did slime worked out beautifully.
Surprisingly even though all four kids were following the same exact recipe each batch of slime turned out with a different texture but all of them were successes. I'll be purchasing Elmer's Glue again so my grandchildren can have hours and hours more fun.
Just a heads up to any adults who are going to be making slime with children it is a very messy activity. I advise you to make sure that they all wear old tee shirts, aprons or smocks and find something to cover the surface where you'll be conducting this activity. My husband is a carpenter and we used a tarp that he uses for work. When we were finished I soaked the old t-shirts my grandchildren were in water for a while and the glue came right out so you really don't have to be afraid of ruining anything.