I just recently discovered the absolute joy of making giant bubbles. It was purely by accident. I was looking for a way to make slime for my grandkids & I to play with. I found out about JLube and while searching for a source to purchase it online I saw that it could be used to make bubbles. I have always had a passion for science & chemistry so this was right up my alley and also an added way to entertain the little ones. When my JLube arrived I immediately stirred up a mix of Palmolive, Jlube, & water and made a tri-string wand with an 18" topstring from a 30 year old rope. I went to the park across the street, dipped the wand in the mix, lifted into the air, and about a 30 ft tube shot out. I have been hooked ever since. Thanks to information provided on this Wiki, I have been able to improve my solution and have tweeked it to local water and conditions. I make bubbles nearly every day and feel their draw pulling me when I am doing other things. I even see them in my sleep. I love watching them and am always trying to make them bigger and longer lasting. The other day after a rain 3ft bubbles were landing on the grass and lasting several minutes, how cool. I have had people come by and tell me that they saw the bubbles land nearly a quarter mile away and that they had wondered where they had come from. Thank you Edward for starting this Wiki and for the info that you and others have shared.

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