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  1. #1
    vinylfloorguy
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    I would like to know if a person can make their owne soap solution for

    blowing bubbles from just dish soap and water or does it take

    something special?


















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    Heather
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    I just use dish soap and water. It veries how much is needed based on

    how thick the soap is to begin with. Some dish soaps are watered down

    to begin with, so it takes more of those types.



    I usually fill a bubbles container about 3/4th of the way, add some

    soap, and try blowing a bubble. I just keep adding drops of soap until

    I get good bubbles.





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    > I would like to know if a person can make their owne soap solution

    for

    > blowing bubbles from just dish soap and water or does it take

    > something special?

    >
















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    EXT-Armstrong, Charlotte A
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    Yes - you can make your own. 1 part dish washing soap to 3 parts

    water, then add a bit of glycerin (1 tsp to 1 Tbsp - depending on how

    much solution you make) to the bubble solution to make the bubbles more

    elastic. Dawn (or a dawn knock-off) is great for a bubble solution.



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    I would like to know if a person can make their owne soap solution for

    blowing bubbles from just dish soap and water or does it take something

    special?





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  4. #4
    Tracy Loyd
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    I make a 5 gallon bucket for the kids. I use a bottle of Joy dish soap. I've

    heard it works the best and it seems to. Then a bottle of glycerin. You get

    it at the pharmacy (drug store). Then fill the remainder with water.



    I get tennis rackets, colanders, etc from the Goodwill.







    When the kids are done I put a lid on it and just open it up the next day.



    I suppose you could put it in smaller bottles with lids and give each their

    own.







    Tracy







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    Behalf Of Heather

    Sent: Wednesday, June 14, 2006 6:57 AM

    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

    Subject: Budget101.com : Re: blowing bubbles







    I just use dish soap and water. It veries how much is needed based on

    how thick the soap is to begin with. Some dish soaps are watered down

    to begin with, so it takes more of those types.



    I usually fill a bubbles container about 3/4th of the way, add some

    soap, and try blowing a bubble. I just keep adding drops of soap until

    I get good bubbles.



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    "vinylfloorguy" <nelson.tracy@...>

    wrote:

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    > I would like to know if a person can make their owne soap solution

    for

    > blowing bubbles from just dish soap and water or does it take

    > something special?

    >











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