Collection: Crunchy

FAQ

What causes my slime to become watery or sticky?

As slime ages, it tends to lose its original texture. To address this, simply incorporate a small quantity of borax solution into your slime and stir until you achieve the desired consistency.

Help! I've put in too much Borax. What now?

If you've poured in more Borax than needed, don't stress. Put your slime back in its container and leave it be for a few days. It should naturally revert to its proper texture over time.

Is your slime too firm or stiff?

For white glue-based slime: Incorporate small quantities of lotion into the slime and blend until you achieve your desired consistency. If this doesn't yield the desired result, try gently kneading the slime in warm water.

For clear slime: Place the slime, untouched, in a sealed container by a sunny windowsill or another area where it can soak up sunlight for a few days.

How long will my slime last?

Proper care can ensure your slime lasts a long time. Store it in an airtight container in a cool environment, and remember to wash your hands before and after play to prevent contamination and bacterial growth.

However, it's important to note that slime, being a liquid substance, has a limited lifespan. Over time, it may lose moisture, shrink, or even melt. Well-maintained slime typically remains usable for a few months.