How can I make glycerin bubbles?


One effective way to make glycerin bubbles is to combine 1/2 cup of liquid dishwasher detergent, 4 1/2 cups of water and 4 tablespoons of glycerin. Then mix gently to minimize foaming. The inclusion of glycerin increases the viscosity of the solution, thereby increasing the time bubbles last before popping.

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1. Measure and pour 5 cups of distilled water into the bowl. Distilled water works best for bubble solution because it does not contain any chemicals or impurities. 2. Add 1/2-cup
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I'm not sure I understand the question, but glycerin does make soap
The glycerol helps the bubbles to last longer, by preventing them from drying out. Also, Glycerin is a type of sugar and makes partials expand more with oxygen, making a bigger bubble
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How to Make Glycerin Bubbles
Kids love to make bubbles. Of course, you can purchase bubble solution virtually anywhere and provide your children with the tools they need to make colorful bubbles to float in the air. Instead of using this ready-made bubble solution, consider making... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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