How to make soap bubbles at home
If something unites all children and adults of the world, then this is love for soap bubbles. It is bright, fun, interesting, completely safe and definitely dispenses with dirt or injuries. But buying endless jars is unprofitable, and quickly bored, because they do not shine with variety. Therefore, we tell you how to make soap bubbles at home!
1. Soap bubbles from laundry soap
To make the bubbles stronger and shine better, the solution will have to be slightly boiled. To do this, grate a whole glass of laundry soap as finely as possible and pour it into the pan. Pour 10 glasses of boiling water, knead the mixture and heat it on the stove as it cools.
It is important to maintain a stable temperature while continuing to mix. Do not stop until the liquid is completely homogeneous, but most importantly - do not let it boil. In the process add 2 more tablespoons of glycerin for strength and a beautiful shine.
2. Soap bubbles from a detergent
There is likely to be a detergent like Fairy in your kitchen, so this option is even simpler, but the bubbles will be smaller. Dilute 200 ml to 600 ml of water, pour a few tablespoons of glycerin and mix well. Take boiled or distilled water, because tap water contains a lot of impurities.
3. Soap bubbles from shower gel
The addition of sugar is necessary for a stronger structure of soap bubbles, and glycerin will give beautiful rainbow overflows. Mix water and shower gel in a 2: 1 ratio. For a total volume of 500-600 ml, add 6 tablespoons of sugar and half the amount of glycerin, mix the mixture well and let it brew until tomorrow.
4. Soap bubbles from soap and sugar syrup
This is a new level of experimentation with the addition of sugar - and such an experience will certainly be fascinating. Ready-made soap bubbles stick well, so feel free to lay out whole figures on a smooth, even surface.
First, prepare 100 ml of saturated and thick sugar syrup: sugar with water in a ratio of 5: 1. Mix it with 200 g of grated soap, 400 ml of glycerin and 800 ml of boiled water. You can vary the volume of the mixture, but the main thing is to keep the proportions.
5. Soap bubbles with ammonia
This is a rather complicated recipe, but in return you will get big and spectacular soap bubbles that magicians love. Mix 600 ml of almost boiling water with half the volume of glycerin. Add 50 g of washing powder and a drop of 20 drops of ammonia.
Mix the mixture very well until it cools down so that the powder grains dissolve. After that, take her to a cool place for three days. Filter the liquid, send it to the refrigerator for another day - and you can safely use it!
6. Soap bubbles from liquid soap
If at home there is a liquid soap with too harsh and expressive fragrance, it will be very useful for your task. Mix 100 ml of soap and 20 ml of water with a whisk until the fragrant foam rises. Put the mixture in a cool, dark place and after a couple of hours add a spoonful of glycerin.
7. Soap bubbles with gelatin
In giant bubbles from a meter or more, additives for strength, for example, gelatin, are necessarily needed. Mix a liter of stock solution from 800 ml of water and 200 ml of washing liquid. Soak 50 g of gelatin before swelling, and then melt it with 50 g of sugar, but so that the mixture does not boil.
Slowly add the gelatin mass to the base fluid, share a spoonful of glycerin. Gently mix the mixture so that it does not foam, because this affects the quality of the soap coating.