How to Make Glow in the Dark Slime

March 23, 2018 / Do

Everyone loves slime, there's nothing better! But have you ever made glow in the dark slime? Well now you can, following our easy recipe and using our glow in the dark PVA glue to create slime that is simply out of this world!




You Will Need:-

- A Bowl

- A Wooden Spoon or spatula

- Teaspoon

- Tablespoon

- Half a cup of Ryman Glow in the Dark PVA Glue

- Quarter of a cup of cold water

- Half a heaped teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda

- One tablespoon of Contact Lens Solution (must contain boric acid)

- Glitter - White or iridescent works well

Method:-

#1 Measure half a cup of glow in the dark PVA glue into a cup and tip into the large bowl



#2 Measure quarter (of the same cup) of cold water and add that to the bowl with the half teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda.



#3 Next measure a tablespoon of the Contact Lens Solution and add to the mixture. You can now begin to stir the ingredients together, noticing how the texture begins to change from runny to thick and gloopy, you can now begin to knead the mixture with your hands….



#4 Activate your slimes glow in the dark properties by leaving it in direct sunlight for around 30 minutes.



#5 Finally add your favourite glitter to create glimmering slime you won’t want to put down! Investigate your slime in a dark room and notice how it glows. Have fun pulling, stretching, rolling and squeezing your slime. Don’t forget to store our slime in an airtight tub or container once you have finished playing with it to keep it moist.



Warnings! - Please note adult supervision is required at all times during this activity. Please ensure children only play with slime for limited periods of time due to skin irritation that may occur. Slime is not for consumption - please seek immediate medical attention if swallowed or ingested. Avoid contact with eyes. Wash hands thoroughly after every use.

Storage! – Please store out of children’s reach in an airtight container to prevent from drying out.

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