Slushee Beads / Acrylic Filler Beads for Slushee Slime, 2 oz

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$3.00
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Preparation takes 3-5 business days
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Slushee beads perfect for making slushee slime

Do not eat this product, and please keep it away from pets and small children! Swallowing this product can result in choking/suffocation. I am not held liable for any products that have been (harmfully) misused.


FAQs

It is completely normal for your fluffy slime to not have a fluffy/soft feeling from time to time. All you have to do to fix this is to play with it for a bit. Stretching it out will help to do the trick faster because it helps to trap air bubbles into the slime, which is what creates the fluffy texture.

Fluffy slime shrinks due to its loss of trapped air bubbles, which is completely normal. Air bubbles are caused by usage of the slime. When the slime is not played with for a few days, the air bubbles rise from the slime, causing it to become smaller.

This can by caused by two reasons. If it was a fluffy or glossy slime, then you added too much activator. If it was a clear or metallic slime, that is completely normal. It is due to the clear glue base, which reacts to activator more differently than white glue. Clear glue has a tendency to form into clumps/become hard even when adding a reasonable amount of activator. To fix this, all you have to do is let your slime sit for a little while. It depends on the amount of activator you added. Sometimes, it only takes minutes, while other times, it may take a few hours. Eventually, your slime will become soft and playable.

For glossy slime, I recommend adding lotion into it and kneading it until it becomes your desired texture. For fluffy slime, I recommend kneading shaving cream instead. Don't add shaving cream into glossy slime, it will only turn into fluffy slime instead and possibly lose its glossiness in the process. Don't add lotion into fluffy slime either, it will only cause the slime to have the inability to hold its shape well. If these options don't work, add water to your slime to your desired consistency, and your slime will be back to normal!

Slime can become hard due to sitting in a cold environment over a period of time. Don't worry, this won't affect the quality of the slime. All you have to do to fix it is play with it for a while, and the texture will improve! You can even microwave it for a few seconds to speed up the process (I'd recommend microwaving it 10 seconds at the most). Be sure to handle the slime carefully while you're doing this, and if you're a child, have a parent or guardian accompany/help you.

Add water to your slime. Add it until you reach your desired consistency, and your slime will no longer feel rubbery!

It is completely normal for your fluffy slime to not have a fluffy/soft feeling from time to time. All you have to do to fix this is to play with it for a bit. Stretching it out will help to do the trick faster because it helps to trap air bubbles into the slime, which is what creates the fluffy texture.

Fluffy slime shrinks due to its loss of trapped air bubbles, which is completely normal. Air bubbles are caused by usage of the slime. When the slime is not played with for a few days, the air bubbles rise from the slime, causing it to become smaller.

This can by caused by two reasons. If it was a fluffy or glossy slime, then you added too much activator. If it was a clear or metallic slime, that is completely normal. It is due to the clear glue base, which reacts to activator more differently than white glue. Clear glue has a tendency to form into clumps/become hard even when adding a reasonable amount of activator. To fix this, all you have to do is let your slime sit for a little while. It depends on the amount of activator you added. Sometimes, it only takes minutes, while other times, it may take a few hours. Eventually, your slime will become soft and playable.

For glossy slime, I recommend adding lotion into it and kneading it until it becomes your desired texture. For fluffy slime, I recommend kneading shaving cream instead. Don't add shaving cream into glossy slime, it will only turn into fluffy slime instead and possibly lose its glossiness in the process. Don't add lotion into fluffy slime either, it will only cause the slime to have the inability to hold its shape well. If these options don't work, add water to your slime to your desired consistency, and your slime will be back to normal!

Slime can become hard due to sitting in a cold environment over a period of time. Don't worry, this won't affect the quality of the slime. All you have to do to fix it is play with it for a while, and the texture will improve! You can even microwave it for a few seconds to speed up the process (I'd recommend microwaving it 10 seconds at the most). Be sure to handle the slime carefully while you're doing this, and if you're a child, have a parent or guardian accompany/help you.

Add water to your slime. Add it until you reach your desired consistency, and your slime will no longer feel rubbery!


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