How to remove slime from.. Hair, Furniture or Carpet!

Have you ever started playing with your slime when suddenly you fall asleep and it gets stuck to your hair! OH NOOOOOO! I guess now you have to shave it all off and go bald! 


Have you ever played with your slime and as you were having the time of your life a big chunk fell out and landed right on your mom's new couches/new carpet? I guess now you have to throw away the whole couch/carpet!

WAIT!!, before you do that let us possibly help you try and get it out first so that you don't go bald or have to throw away your rug!


Let's start with removing slime from your hair:

Removing slime from hair can be a tricky process, but here are some steps you can follow to help get it out:

1. Take a deep breath: First and foremost, don't panic! Slime is typically non-toxic and won't harm your hair, so stay calm and take your time.

2. Remove as much as you can: Try to remove as much of the slime as possible using a comb or just your hands. If you use a comb use a wide-toothed comb to gently work through the slime, starting at the tips of your hair and working your way up towards the roots.

3. Apply a White Vinegar Solution: In a bowl mix half part water and part white vinegar. Apply a generous amount of the solution to the affected area. The vinegar can help break down the slime and make it easier to remove.

****We are using a wig in this example so we added the vinegar straight to the wig. Please do not try this at home.****

4. Work the vinegar and water solution through the hair: Use your fingers to work the solution through the hair, focusing on the area where the slime is located. Be sure to saturate the hair with the oil to help loosen the slime.

5. Use shampoo: After applying the oil, wash your hair with shampoo and warm water. Work the shampoo into a lather and massage it into your hair, paying special attention to the area where the slime was located.

6. Rinse and repeat: Rinse your hair thoroughly with warm water and repeat the shampooing process if necessary. Be patient and keep working until all of the slime has been removed.

    Remember, removing slime from hair can take some time and patience, so don't give up if it doesn't come out right away. If you're having trouble, consider seeking the help of a professional hair stylist or a trusted friend or family member.

    As you can see our hair is now slime free!

    Now let's move on to removing slime from carpet: 

    Removing slime from carpet or a couch can be a bit more challenging than removing it from hair, but here are some steps you can follow to help get it out:

    1. Scrape off excess slime: Use a spoon or dull knife to scrape off as much of the slime as possible. Be careful not to spread the slime further onto the carpet or couch.

    2. Blot the area: Use a clean cloth or paper towel to blot the affected area, absorbing as much of the moisture as possible. Be gentle and avoid rubbing the slime further into the fibers of the carpet or couch.

    3. Apply a cleaning solution: Mix a solution of warm water and dish soap, or warm water and vinegar. We are using water and vinegar. Apply the solution to the affected area and let it sit for a few minutes.

    4. Blot the area again: Use a clean cloth or paper towel to blot the area again, working the cleaning solution into the fibers of the carpet or couch.

    5. Rinse with water: Rinse the area with warm water to remove any remaining cleaning solution. Blot the area with a clean cloth or paper towel to absorb any excess moisture.

    6. Repeat if necessary: If the slime stain remains, repeat the above steps until the stain is completely removed. Let the area dry and you should have a clean carpet. Ahh like nothing ever happened!

    This carpet is a good as new!


      Remember, it's important to act quickly to remove slime from carpets or couches to avoid it from drying and becoming more difficult to remove. If you're having trouble, consider seeking the help of a professional carpet cleaner.

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