Are there many in each of the parties or events in which we participate and ask us to do this mix pumps out so great.
We have a recipe “magical”, results oflong hours of research and experimentation, which allows us to make bubbles in adverse weather conditions. It is our famous Dr. Bubbles magical formula!
To do it at home we recommend you a recipe provided by Mr. Antón Aubanell, CREAMAT Director (Resource center for teaching and learning mathematics) and Professor, Department of Applied Mathematics and Analysis, University of Barcelona. Mix water (50%), dishwasher soap (40%) and glycerin (10%). Depending on the quality of the ingredients, the percentages may vary slightly. Experience it!
Some recipes include sugar. Not recommended, especially in summer, as the sweet mixture can attract all kinds of insects that can be harmful or at least uncomfortable for our party.
Leave the soapy mixture in an open container overnight. Avoid bubbles or foam on the surface of the mixture stirring gently, removing them or just waiting for them to disappear. The environmental conditions influence the quality of the bubbles. For example, dusty air is unfavorable, as the wind. The more humid the air, the better, which means it is easier to make soap bubbles on rainy days.
Directions for use
A bubbles like much moisture, if the site is going to make the bubbles is very dry and it is sunny, you should dampen the mood with a spray of water and drench the soil with a hose. Wind is the natural enemy of the bubbles, as well as any type of fat. Just a tiny smear of lipstick on hand to stop the bubble show. So you have to wash their hands before starting the task. If the water is very hard soap precipitates and is very difficult to form films, this is compensated by adding more liquid soap. In contrast, when very pure water is needed is less soap. In the event that the water from one region can not be adequately tested with distilled water (can be purchased at gas stations and stores is not expensive). Do not store the mixture over 48h. The soap is biodegradable and once mixed with water rots.