Sticky Splat(s) The sticky splats as depicted on the PJ Masks website's Halloween costume contest advertisement.
Sticky Splats are multicolored gooey blobs that Night Ninja and his Ninjalinos use to (temporarily) trap the PJ Masks during plots. It is unknown what they are made out of, but they are apparently strong enough to pin down a child, as they have successfully been used to pin down PJ Masks members. Oddly, as they are strong enough to keep them pinned down, the PJ Masks members can peel them off another member with ease.
The sticky splats seem to be a good substitute for glue; in "Owlette's Two Wrongs", Amaya used remnants of sticky splats to fix her Flossy Flash statue that had been broken prior.
In "Catboy and the Sticky Splat Slingshot", Night Ninja attempted to project large sticky splats across the city, but ultimately failed. In the same episodes, sticky splat webs were introduced. Sticky splat webs are similar to spider webs but are made of the same gooey matter.
In "Take to the Skies, Owlette", Night Ninja introduced splat grabbers, which are versions of sticky splats that can be extended to grab hold of something (in this case, the Owl-Glider).
In "Who's Got the Owl Power?", Night Ninja tricked the PJ Masks into finding 3 hidden treasures for him, with which he could improve his formula for the Sticky Splats. The episode also revealed that Night Ninja and the Ninjalinos use a cauldron to create Sticky Splats. The improvements only lasted for the duration of this episode.
In "Bounce-a-Tron", Night Ninja stole Romeo's Bounce-a-lot_Machine to turn his Sticky Splats into Bouncy Splats. Now, instead of acting as a glue, the splat caused everyone and everything to bounce off it. The change was undone by the PJ Masks once they got hold of the machine.
In "Armadylan Menace", it reveals that Armadylan can't break out of the Sticky Splats, but Gekko can.