How to Fix Watery Slime With Glue?

Fixing watery slime may require some trial and error, so be patient and adjust the amount of glue and cornstarch as needed until you achieve the desired results.

How to Fix Sticky Slime With Glue and Argo Corn Starch

How to Fix Watery Slime With Glue

Take a look at the slime you are working with. If it appears too runny or watery, it needs fixing.

Total Time: 5 minutes

Step 1: Add Glue to the Slime

Begin the fixing process by adding glue to the watery slime. The amount of glue you add will depend on the quantity of slime you are working with. Start with a small amount and gradually increase if necessary.

Step 2: Mix the Glue and Slime

Thoroughly mix the glue and slime together. Use your hands or a spoon to evenly distribute the glue throughout the slime.

Step 3: Add Cornstarch

add cornstarch to the watery slime

Gradually add cornstarch to the slime while continuously mixing it. Start with a small amount of cornstarch and add more as needed. Mix thoroughly after each addition.

Step 4: Mix and Knead

Continuously mix and knead the slime

Continuously mix and knead the slime, ensuring the added baking soda is thoroughly incorporated. This process will help to enhance the slime’s consistency.

Step 5: Assess and Adjust

After kneading the slime, evaluate its consistency. If it is still too watery, repeat Steps 1 to 4, gradually adding more glue and baking soda until you achieve the desired texture.


  • Problematic watery slime


  • Gorilla Glue White: it is a strong adhesive that can help improve the consistency of your slime.

Materials: Argo Corn Starch

Argo 100% Pure Corn Starch

Gorilla Glue White vs. Clear

Gorilla Glue White

In Slime What is the Best Substatution for Glue

To make fluffy slime without glue, start by mixing ½ cup of shampoo with 1 cup of shaving foam in a mixing bowl. Once you’ve mixed the shampoo and shaving foam into a fluffy consistency, add a few drops of your chosen food coloring and stir it in to give your slime some color.

How to Fix Slime With Glue and Laundry Detergent

Gain + Aroma Boost Liquid Laundry Detergent Original Scent
To start, grab your glue and laundry detergent – the main ingredients for this slime. I like to use Gain detergent because it gives the slime a fresh, clean scent.

How to Fix Slime Made With Tide and Glue or Gain Detergent

Begin by adding some detergent right into the glue container or a bowl. Don’t worry about precise measurements – we’ll adjust the consistency as we go. Give it a stir to incorporate the detergent.

adding some detergent

After that first mix, take a look at the slime texture. If it still seems too thick and sticky, just add more glue a little bit at a time until you get the oozy consistency you want. The key is going slowly and avoiding adding too much at once.

As you’re mixing, you’ll notice it starts to get stretchy and activate into slime form. That’s when you know you’ve hit the right glue-to-detergent ratio. Just keep gently working it together.

get stretchy and activate into slime form

Here’s my favorite part – the easy clean-up! Once it’s fully activated into slime, you can actually use the slime itself to wipe out any residue in the bowl. It will pick up any leftover gooey bits like a sponge.

Slime easy clean-up

The Gain laundry detergent makes this slime smell amazing and gives it such great stretchiness. I’d make slime this way again – it’s a 10 out of 10 recipe as far as I’m concerned. Enjoy playing with your fresh, clean-scented slime!

Gain + Aroma Boost Liquid Laundry Detergent Original Scent
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Conclusion: How to Fix Watery Slime With Glue in It

How to Fix Watery Slime With Glue
In conclusion, if your slime turns out too watery or thin, it’s an easy fix by adding more white glue. Start by kneading in a little glue at a time and working it through the slime mixture.
The glue will re-activate the slime’s stretchiness and thicken it up to the desired consistency.

Don’t be afraid to really work that glue in – use your hands to knead and squeeze the slime for several minutes. The more you knead, the better the glue will incorporate and firm up the slime’s texture.

You may need to add glue in a few separate additions, letting it get absorbed fully before adding more. But keep kneading and adding glue bit by bit until the slime reaches that perfectly stretchy, gooey, but firm consistency.