How to Remove Slime!! Get Slime off Clothes, Carpet, & more!
A Slimers Guide to Slime Removal
by Becky H aka “LayZSlime”
Slime can be a TON of fun to fidget/play with, along with being incredibly helpful to individuals with stress and anxiety. Unfortunately, this doesn’t change the fact that if you aren’t a very experienced user it can sometimes cause a serious mess. Here are a few tips and tricks I’ve learned along the way. I hope they help you avoid a disaster/ getting slime banned from your household.
Please feel free to Email me suggestions or Tips & Tricks of your own!!
I will make sure to credit your tip within the addition.
Items to Keep on Hand
Club Soda | Baking Soda
White Vinegar | Magic Eraser
Slime on Carpet
1. Remove excess slime.
2. Soak the area in white vinegar.
3. Let it soak for 5 minutes. Don’t let the vinegar dry or evaporate.
4. Run warm water over the area.
5. Pat and blot dry with a paper towel. Do not rub.
6. Vacuum to remove any leftover particles.
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 and is my first choice as a cleaner because it doesn’t stink. LOL
Slime in Hair
You’ll need a fine tooth comb and mayo or olive oil.
1. Work a handful of mayo/oil into the affected hair just like you would with shampoo or conditioner.
2. Gently comb through the hair with a fine tooth comb, wiping off any slime that comes away.
If you’ve experienced the horror called lice it’s similar. lol
3. Wash the hair.
4. Rinse & Repeat until removed.
I’ve never really experienced the need to repeat, but yeah.
Slime on Walls
1. Remove the excess slime.
If it’s wet use a paper towel or pick it up with your hands.
If dried, I suggest gently scraping it off using a butter knife.
It should come off easily; don’t pull or force it off as this could rip paint or wallpaper.
2. Mix a paste of baking soda and water. Add a small amount of vinegar.
3. Stir slowly until the paste is thick. If still not thick enough, add more baking soda.
4. Place a towel or protective covering on the floor beneath the stain.
The paste (and stain) could drip down.
5. Wearing rubber gloves, apply the paste directly on the stain.
Allowing the paste to sit on top of the stain.
6. Let the paste dry 1-2 hours.
7. Brush the dry paste off with a paper towel.
If there is any tinting left wipe the wall with a damp magic eraser.
Slime on Clothes
1. Fill your sink with warm-hot water.
2. Pour white vinegar directly onto the stain and allow it to soak in for 5 minutes.
3. Place the article of clothing into the warm water and start to work
4. If any residue remains, simply add some dish soap to the area and rub together until clean.
5. Rinse & Wash! Voila!