Glow In The Dark Slime

Our love for slime in this house is pretty obvious I’d say! The list I have of different slimes we plan to make goes on and on. The last time we were in Calgary I saw glow in the dark glue at Michaels – but it was $15 a bottle which is outrageous in my opinion! My mom had a 40% off coupon at a later date and grabbed a bottle of teal glow in the dark glue for us.

As many of you know my dad is a long haul truck driver and gets a lot of my materials from the US Walmart’s for me – he was able to get us yellow and pink glow in the dark glue as well for a much cheaper price. I have also seen these at Staples for about $7 each.

Are you ready for this? Because it’s so cool! Grab your bottle of Elmer’s glow in the dark glue, Sta-Flo liquid starch, a bowl to mix it in and a popsicle stick.

Dump the glue into your bowl. Add a small amount of water and shake up the bottle to get the excess glue. Dump into the bowl as well. I found with this glue that it was very thick so it took a little work to get the glue out!

Start with 1/4 cup of Sta-Flo and begin to stir. The slime will start to form very quickly and you’ll need to start using your hands and working the liquid starch in. Add 1 tbsp of Sta-Flo at a time until the slime is no longer sticky.

Once your slime is formed go to a dark room and prepare to be AMAZED!

Nova was squealing in excitement! We couldn’t believe how bright this slime was glowing. It was so neat!

The pictures definitely show how it glows in the dark. I took a video as well but it doesn’t quite show the brightness but gives a good idea! Nova wanted to say hi to everybody ⬇️

Nova continued to play with the slime on the kitchen counter. She was loving stretching it out and making bubbles with it.

It’s neat that the glue is a teal colour but when it glows it’s actually a bright neon yellowish green! We still have yellow and pink glow in the dark glue to use in some future slimes. Stay tuned!

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