How to blow bubbles in paper towel and soap
How to Blow a Soap Bubble
Wet your hands just as if you were washing them, but don't dry them just yet.
Apply some soap to your hands and rub your hands together, trying to get the soap spread out evenly all over your hands.
Make a loop (an O) with your thumb and pointer finger.
Close this "loop" and open it again.
If you did it right you'll see a thin film of a bubble forming.Blow softly and you'll have yourself a soap bubble!
QuestionI've blown it about sixty times but I can't get the bubble to come out. What can I do?Top AnswererThe quality of the soap makes a big difference. If you have oil on your hands, it will be more difficult to get bubbles to form. Dishwashing liquid or shampoo can make a better bubble solution than soap. The wand must have sufficient bubble material (soap) and water to allow a bubble film to form.Thanks!
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- Blow softly or it may not work.
- If you run out, you can make the solution with water and dish soap, but it may not be as successful.
- Shampoo works better than bar soap for this. Though bars of soap still work.
- Different bubbles arise from different soaps. Some bubbles might be small, or some might be huge but not even "leave" your hand before popping.
- If you make your other hand soapy, then you can put your fingers inside the bubble.
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Date: 02.12.2018, 18:43 / Views: 54491