I bought this six pack of bubbles thinking they would last us a while but my two year old managed to dump three of them out in a matter of fifteen minutes of playing with them.
They aren’t expensive but how quickly we were going through them made me want to see about making our own solution.
This is super simple, but I thought I’d share in case you want to give it a try.
All you need is:
There are different recipes and suggestions out there but this is what worked for me.
Pour a little more than 1/2 cup dish soap into a container with 2 cups warm water. Add about 2 Tablespoon of corn syrup to thicken it up and make your bubbles stick. Stir well. Most recipes call for glycerin which may give you the best “stick” but corn syrup is fine if you just want to use what you have on hand.
Try to save your old containers including the wands and you can just use this as a refill solution.
This recipe is especially great if you have one of those no-joke bubble making machines that require a lot of solution. It is so cheap and you’ll never run out it!
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