Clearly boosted by their win, Slough had the games opening chance with Darron Wilkinson firing just wide of Shaun Allaway's right hand post from outside the area.
Kieron Drake then had to push away a strong drive from Andre Scarlett, but the Rebels collected the ball from the keepers save and countered down the right with Errol Telemaque cutting in and putting one just outside the far post.
Adam Wallace then setup his strike partner, with the two forming a decent partnership in the Rebels attack, with Telemaque forcing a good save from Allaway.
Slough took a deserved lead after twenty six minutes. Quick feet from Wallace released Terry Davies down the left and his cross found the run of Mark Bartley at the back post who was able to side foot home from six yards.
Mark Nwokeji pulled one back twelve minutes later for the home side. A long ball forward by Allaway was received by Ali Chaaban. Facing up with Steve Daly, he got space against his marker and his low drive at Drake's near post was parried with Nwokeji following up to slide the ball home.
Telemaque had a further oppportunity to put the Rebels back in front as he ran through, under pressure from his marker, but Allaway's legs prevented the ball from reaching the net.
As they had done in their previous match, Slough's opening opportunity of the second half led to a goal, and what a fine strike it was from Davies.
Receiving the ball from the right with his back to goal and a defender on him, the wingers first touch bounced up high and Davies adapted to bicycle kick it into the corner of the goal with the second half just two minutes old.
Telemaque went close to increasing the Rebels lead when a firmly hit volley went just over and he then found Allaway with a superb save as the strikers curling effort was acrobatically tipped over the bar.
Wallace's flick on played Bartley in and the low shot went agonisignly wide of the far post with Allaway beaten as Slough enjoyed a strong spell.
The home side fought back and had the better of the last ten minutes. Slough continued to work hard and held on comfortably for their win.
Staines Town Line up
Shaun Allaway, Jake Newton, Jon McDonald, Dave Sargent, Peter Castle, Andre Scarlett (c), Kevin Warner, Adam Thompson, Dean Currie, Mark Nwokeji, Ali Chaaban. Subs: Clement James, Howard Newton, Paul Armstrong, Craig Maskell, Dean Thomas.