To make cloud slime, you need to put all your ingredients, except instant snow, in a bowl. Then you have to stir. Don’t be too aggressive with your stirring as that won’t let the shaving cream activate and mix with the starch and glue.
Also, at this stage, you can add food coloring if you want. After a couple of minutes of stirring, you will notice that your slime is beginning to form. Once it is as puffy as you want it to be, you can mix your Instant snow.
Take out the slime from the bowl and then begin kneading it with your hand. You need to make sure that it is well mixed. Also, ensure that there aren’t any areas where there is more slime than snow and vice versa.
Once you have finished your kneading, you need to allow your cloud slime to sit in an airtight container for a few hours. This makes it less sticky and more fluffy– like a cloud! Additionally, it also helps the slime rest so that any reaction still taking place have a chance to finish.
You can choose to leave your slime overnight, but one or two hours is fine as well. After this, you can play with slime to your heart’s content. Just make sure that you store it in a tight container whenever you’re done. This helps to stop slime from drying out.
But wait! What if you don’t have instant snow on hand? How do you make cloud slime without instant snow then? Well, lucky for you, we have another recipe for cloud slime that does not use any kind of instant snow formula at all. Check it out below.