Method No 1
Children often try to make a solution for soap bubbles themselves after mixing shampoo and soap in water. This trick does not always satisfy them because the bubbles made from the fluid burst quickly. The easiest way is to take 200 grams of detergent, add 600 ml of cold water and 100 grams of glycerol to it. It is due to the content of glycerol in the solution that the soap bubbles become robust, and tend to live far more than a normal solution.
Method No 2
Take 600 ml of hot water. Now add 300 grams of glycerin and 20 drops of ammonia in any 50 grams of powdered dish washing detergent and combine it with water. The resulting mixture should be shaken thoroughly and leave to infuse for two - three days. As time passes, strain the liquid and put it in the refrigerator for 12 hours. Your solution to blow soap bubbles is ready to use.
Method No 3
Take a piece of soap and rub it on the grater. Take the resulting soap flakes (you should get about four tablespoons) and stir it in 400 ml of water. Cook it over low heat. In the resulting solution, add 200 grams of glycerol and 2 teaspoons of sugar. Wait until the sugar is completely dissolved and then stir.
Method No 4
If you have a shower gel at home that you do not intend to use, you can use it for making an appropriate and effective solution used for blowing soap bubbles. Take the gel and dilute it with water in equal proportions. To the resulting solution, add one or two teaspoons of sugar. To make bubbles come out stronger, you can add glycerol.