String Bubble Wands:
1- Dip your wand, fully immersing the string in your solution. For the fist use let your strings soak in the solution for a few minutes to allow the strings to moisten.
2- Remove your wand with the strings closed and walk out into an open area.
3- Open your wand by separating your handles so that the strings form an upside down triangle.
4- Lift your wand up with a breeze to your back and let the breeze blow your bubbles. If there is not a strong enough breeze, walk briskly backwards or move your wand in a sweeping motion to release your bubbles.
5- For the large string bubble wands, as your bubble is releasing you can simply let it form until it brakes or you can slowly close your wand to release your mega huge bubbles.
Wire Bubble Wands:
Simply just dip and wave or blow on your bubble wand to release the bubbles.
Lollipop Cluster Wands:
Dip and Wave your wand. The slower you wave your wand the bigger the clusters will be.
The more wind there is or the fast you wave your wand the more individual bubbles you will make.
All bubble wand handles are made of natural birch wood. Try not to let your handles soak in your bubbles solution for long periods of time or sit outside in the weather. This may cause your bubble wand handles to splinter or decay.
After every use rinse off with cool water, wipe dry any metal pieces and allow your string to air dry.
Store in a clean place away from dirt. If dirt, bugs, grass or stones get onto your bubble wand rinse immediately.
Particles on your bubble wand can cause your bubbles to pop or not even form at all.
If dirt, bugs, grass or stones get into your bubble solution, strain your solution through cheese cloth to remove all particles. Any foreign particles left in your solution will break down and cause your solution to no longer work.
Weather plays a factor in your bubble making experience.
For the biggest and strongest bubbles
choose a day that is humid or make bubbles before, during or after a rain.
Winter is actually one of the best times to make bubbles.
Any temperatures above 10 degrees, you can pretty much make any sized bubble and they will float further and longer then any other time of the year.
Below freezing your are going to want to make smaller bubbles, catch them and watch them freeze.
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