Summer Activities: The Best Soap Bubbles Recipe

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Kids of all ages love soap bubbles. But pouring half the tube's content on the floor is a classic consequence of the overexcitement this activity brings. Follow EverydayMe's non-toxic recipe to avoid the drama of running dry. Even better than the original product, plus you will never be short of soap bubbles again.

A very simple and non-toxic recipe with common ingredients. Use an egg cup to measure quantities:

- Water

- Sugar

- Corn flour

- Dishwashing liquid

- A small jug

- Stirrer


1. Pour 2 measures of water into the jug and half a measure of sugar.
2. Stir the mixture until the sugar dissolves, then add 1 measure of dishwashing liquid.
    Stop stirring, otherwise you'll end up with a lot of bubbly foam.
3. The magic trick to making your bubbles more resistant? Cornflour. Add a teaspoon's worth.
    And there you have it. No need to stir or let it rest, the mixture is ready and kids can start blowing!

The proof is in the shiny, big bubbles. This recipe will please adults and kids alike.
Now all that's left to do is wash up with Joy dishwashing liquid to get your mini mess out of the way. Easy peasy!

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