Slime Stuff Part 2!
We have been wanting to write more about our 3 main slime products so here goes!
Soda Can Slime
This slime type is the best-selling out of the three, mainly because of its attractive and unique exterior, and cute sizing, which delivers the right amount of slime kick (not too much, not too little slime). The texture and consistency of this slime type is least 'gooey'/soft/watery. This means the level of difficulty to manipulate the slime is relatively low which makes it suitable for younger children to play with it. The slime toy now comes with a new packaging which has some added caution on the sticker label to remind users that it is not for consumption and specifying that the can contains slime - maybe because the soda cans look too edible!
The Fruit Slime has a fruity scent to it and comes in various fruit types - Lemon, Yellow Orange, Orange Orange (i know right), Kiwi, Dragonfruit and Watermelon. To access the slime, you got to push the centre piece out and open the white backing. The texture and consistency of this slime is medium gooey, which makes it suitable for kids to manipulate it as well.
The M&M Slime is comes in a variety of pastel colours - Yellow, Blue, Pink, Light Pink, Green, Purple. This is the gooey-est among all the 3 slime types and recommended for older kids as they possess more dexterity and ability to handle soft slime. For the novice slime handler, you might get bits of slime on your hands for this one, but an experienced slime player would be able to clump and manipulate the slime smoothly without bits of slime getting stuck on the hands. This soft, gooey slime makes a great slime experience as it is smooth and stretchy. However, if you don't like the slime gooey and would like to harden it, simply add a pinch of salt to the slime and it will harden the texture. Try it!
Some little tips to share when sliming:
Add Saline/Eyedrops to soften the slime
- Add Salt or tissue paper to harden/thicken the slime
- Add colourful foam bits/glitter to improve on the aesthetic quality to the slime
- Add tissue paper to make butter slime!
That is why slime play is so engaging! You can create a variety of slime consistencies and types on your own! Here's a video on how to make Butter Slime with our Slime products: