Methods to soften slime:
If your slime has been left open and has dried up, we recommend adding a bit of water. Sounds too simple, right? But it's true, some slimes can be revived this way. Put the slime in a bowl, and add a small amount of water to it. You likely won't need more than spoonful. Then just knead away until the slime softens. You can also add a drop or two of antibacterial gel. Place the slime in a bowl, and just drip the gel in. Use a spoon to stir it in as well as you can. Then you can knead it until soft. You can add more gel if it doesn't soften on the first try. Lotion also works! Just put a spoonful or two in a bowl (four or five pumps if your lotion comes with a pump). Add a splash of water, and mix the two together. Now the fun part! Throw the slime in, and squish it around a bit. Once your slime is covered in the lotion, you can take it out and knead it by hand until it's soft.
Inquiry on ingredients:
Unfortunately, we cannot share the ingredients of our product as it is a proprietary brand. Please rest assured that all of our products go through all testing necessary to meet US and International regulations.
Removing from clothing:
You may want to start with warm water and a little dish soap. You can try working the slime out. Another trick that may work is white vinegar. Soak the area in white vinegar. Let it soak for 5 minutes. Don’t let the vinegar dry or evaporate. Run warm water over the area. This will help rinse off any slime particles that the vinegar dislodged.
Pro-Tip: If you don’t have any white vinegar on hand, try club soda. Club soda is a stain removing master and it doesn’t need to be rinsed off. Slowly drizzle a small amount of club soda on the spill and let it dry. This works on carpets or clothing.
My color change slime isn't changing color!
The product you bought may be the winter version of the color changing slime and it works best if you place it in the refrigerator or freezer for a little while. After that, the heat from your hands will change the slime from purple to white. If these new methods do not work, please send us an email!
Is your slime toxic?
Unfortunately, we cannot share the ingredients of our product as it is a proprietary brand. Please rest assured that all of our products are non toxic and go through all testing necessary to meet US and International regulations.