Steve Spangler Science: Vampire Slime

Faux blood and glow in the dark properties make Vampire Slime an incredible activity.

When we were brainstorming how to make our famous Slime recipe even spookier, we took a page out of the Vampire book. When you mix Vampire Slime Goo and Cross-Linker, it appears to be normal green slime, but hold the oozing blob up to a source of light and… GASP! The slime turns a blood-red! And that’s not all, turn off the lights and grab a black light – Vampire Slime is fluorescent and glows under ultraviolet light. It’s the spookiest, creepiest slime recipe we’ve ever come up with!


Chemistry, Non-Newtonian Fluids, Polymers
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