Recipe for Big Bubble Fun
Scroll down for an easy recipe for making big bubbles at home!
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Please note this is not the recipe I regularly use. I use a few different recipes depending on how I want the bubbles to behave and what enviroment I am in.
The ingredients I use are harder to find and the procedure for mixing is a little more complicated. This recipe is easy to mix and the ingredients easy to find.
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Simple Recipe Ingredients:
14 oz.bottle of Ultra-Dawn
1 tube of "personal lubricant"
1 gallon of Distilled Water (if you have a way of heating the water, it is better. Hot, not boiling.)
In an empty gallon jug, add a little water, all the Dawn and personal lubricant and swirl it
around for 1 minute without making foam. Fill the jug the rest of the way with water, gently swirl. Let it rest for a day.
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How to make your own big bubble wand:
Use two dowel rods and thick cotton rope.
Some bubble enthusiasts unravel absorbant
mopheads for this, or you can crochet or braid
cotton yard. You'll want to create a Triangle
shape with the rope.
First tie a piece of rope that is two arms lengths
at the top of one dowel and tie the other side to
the top of the other dowel. Then you will cut the
other length of rope to be one and half of the length
of the other rope. tie it directly onto the first rope at
either end, so it creates a loop. (if you were to pull
down on it directly in the middle, it would create a
Triangle - this is were the wand gets it's name as the "Tri-string Wand"
(Video coming on this soon!)