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Bubble solution is made from water, soap, and glycerin. Here's a recipe to make it at home: How to Make Homemade Bubble Solution http://www.ehow.com/how_5354880_make-homemade-bubble-solution.html
If you use the bubble blowing solution use karo syrup
Glycerin is a type of sugar and makes particles expand more with oxygen, making a bigger bubbleANS2:Glycerin added to the soap solution slows evaporation so the soap film stays intact longer. That allows you to fill it with more air before the bubble pops.
The color pigments in bubble bath or bubble magic do not bind to the bubble forming product, glycerin ;It separates as the bubble forms and stays in the solution.because they just are.
You can use corn syrup instead of glycerin. Click on the related links for many recipes for home made bubble solutions.
glycerin is the main ingredient in bubble soaps and other soaps, it is what holds a bubble together. yes.
you make bubbles last longer by putting corn syrup or glycerin into the bubble solution.
The thickness of the glycerin helps the bubbles to be strong and last longer than a normal soap bubble will.
Glycerin increases the "strength" of the structure of the soapy water that forms the bubble's surface. That's why when we make up our own soap solution to blow bubbles, we include some glycerin. The makers of commercial bubble blowing soap do it, and so can we.
If you add some water and glycerin, you get home-made bubble solution.
It is! You just have to heat the glycerin!
yes it actually does because glycerin is thick and tough and the glycerin evaporate the water slower making the bubble last longer. when they bubble is in high temperature in a closed space or room and if the bubbles are also in a jar, they can and they will last much longer.
If using for a bubble blowing solution: Karo Syrup ( hydroxyethylcellulose is what is used in the "catch-a-bubbles) If using for baking: Vegetable oil If you are trying to thicken hand soap add borax
bubble bath solution + running water = bubble bath
Bubble Yum is a bubble gum that is made by the Hershey Company. It does not contain Aspartame. It contains sugar, gum base, corn syrup, glycerin, artificial color and flavor, and BHT.
This one. Doctor Z's super secret bubble formula for long lasting bubbles: 1 part Dawn dishwashing soap 1 part water glycerin (considerably less of this) We used to use this mixture for chemistry demos; regular bubble solution didn't last long enough to be useful.
If you want to make you bubbles last longer, just add glycerin! The thickness of the glycerin makes the bubble strong and helps it last longer than a normal soap bubble will. Check out this website: http://all-science-fair-projects.com/project1242_150.html This website tells you how to make the bubbles and gives you one great science fair project!!
Yes. It helps make the bubble thick and strong so that it can last longer.
Good question. The glycerine helps the soap bubble lose water more slowly.