Neon Slime Recipe With Contact Lens Solution

If you want a new, bright slime, try out this easy neon slime recipe for kids made with contact lens solution, acrylic paint, baking soda, and glue!


– 1/2 cup Elmer's clear glue – 1/2 tablespoon baking soda – 1 tablespoon contact lens   solution (with boric acid) – 1 tablespoon neon acrylic   paint – 1 tablespoon neon glitter   (optional)


– Mixing bowl – Fork – Measuring cups – Measuring spoons

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1. Pour the glue into a large bowl.


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2. Add the baking soda, contact lens solution, glitter (if using) and one of the neon acrylic paints to the bowl. Mix thoroughly with a fork.

3. Use your hands to knead the slime until it is no longer sticky.

Be careful to not use too much contact solution;  if you add too much, it’ll cause the slime to turn rubbery instead of slime-like.

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