How to bubble



ENG Instructions_twopager

During bubbling:

  • instruct children, do not allow them to wave, spray, destroy equipment
  • don’t let more than 3-5 children go to one bubbling bowl – they will start to interfere with each other (get wet nicely, right)
  • make sure the bubbles do not fly on the highway or other less suitable places
  • remove the thicker foam and debris from the bowl with a sieve or other aid – this will not benefit the stability of the bubbles
  • do it yourself to catch children and create a mood for me

Guide children when bubbling… ..

  • all products must always be completely immersed in the liquid
  • be polite and let the other bubblers water the bowl as well
  • it’s good to let the excess liquid drip back into the bowl for a few seconds (more economical)
  • your back must face the wind (downwind without bubbles): Bubbles should form away from you, not towards you
  • the wind / airflow should always be perpendicular to the bubble wrap – adjust, the wind will play often
  • Bubbles should not move quickly – no faster than a full spoonful is lifted into the mouth😊
  • the twists must be unscrewed with the help of a stick – you get bigger bubbles
  • must not be waved, beaten with cords, dragged along the ground
  • to control children who tend to break me with some objects – it is dangerous for others
  • do not shake the bubbling agent in the bowl – they create foam, but the foam does not contribute to the formation of bubbles
  • don’t break me – bubblers are sad (

Use of bubbling devices


  • most suitable for smaller (but not limited to) bubblers
  • quickly pull straight out of the bowl, over your head
  • keep downwind
  • draw “dragons”
  • turn around
  • talk about bubbles
  • try me and combine them


  • to bubble, hold the string between the sticks
  • raise your head where the wind is moving, hold and let the wind work
  • if the wind is weaker, twist the tight strings around you or move back against the wind
  • as you bubble along the buildings, you may discover violent winds carrying me
  • always keep the multi-irons above your head – high airflows are required. In addition, the bubbles will fly farther and the other children will not be able to burst them immediately

Single hole sticks

  • lift the sticks out of the bowl in front of you, holding the ends of the sticks together (otherwise the wind will break the bubble before it starts)
  • “Loosen the cords” at the top and let the air bubble
    • if necessary, move back to catch the wind or turn around quietly
    • the higher the wind, the less the ropes open
  • put the ends of the stick together (= close the bubble) – the bubble will fly off, open again, repeat
  • try to make bubbles, giants, a row of bubbles, etc.
  • the larger the sticks, the slower the action
  • with wet cords you can tickle and split me
  • It ‘s especially exciting to blow me inside the bubble

Bubble tunnel

  • Place the bubble tunnel on a flat surface. Indoors, place a carpet that may get wet. Pour the liquid into the bowl of the bubble tunnel
  • wet the bubble ring properly. Let the tunnel enters the center of the roller. Lift the bubble ring off the handle. Repeat when the bubble breaks
  • the bubble can be entered alone or in a variety, by a child or an adult
  • may attempt to blow out a bubble, to place a bubble bubble on a squat bubbler, etc. Of course you can take very sharp pictures
  • the child can also lift the bubble tunnel ring
  • NB! The bubble tunnel can only be used indoors (without drafts) or outdoors in complete silence.