Glycerin Bubbles?

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Glycerin bubbles are water bubbles that are made using water, glycerine and dishwashing detergent. You can make your own by using 5 parts of distilled water then adding 0.5 parts of dishwashing detergent. You can then add 0.25 parts if glycerine and mix the solution.
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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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Here is a store online that sells specifically for bubble: http://www.vegetableglycerin.com/Glycerin-Bubbles-s/42.htm.
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I'm not sure I understand the question, but glycerin does make soap
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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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