World's best bubble solution!

I woke up this morning to this lovely review from a customer about our Supapop bubble solution!

Mark Galvin recommends Bubble Inc
"I first met Sam & the Bubble Inc team at a festival in the 2000s, and have been a customer ever since. My favourite product is the Supapop liquid as it lets you create HUGE, durable bubbles. The liquid goes far - both in terms of how long the bubbles survive, and how long the bottle lasts you, and because it's a concentrate you can tailor it to your needs.
10/10!"

It inspired me to make this video! Enjoy! 

Would you leave us a short review too to help my bubble business survive the pandemic?

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Thanks!

ps you can find more amazing videos and pics of our Supapop in the "Bubble Solutions" section of our website

Written by Sam Heath • July 04, 2020

How to make bubble toys at home! Workshop 4

MAKE YOUR OWN BUBBLE TOYS WORKSHOP #4!
From 10am (BST) Saturday 2nd May come join us for fun and amazing bubble toys, tips and games that you can make and do yourself at home, courtesy of me, Samsam Bubbleman, 12 x Guinness World Record holding 'Bubbleologist!
Every Saturday during lockdown i will be releasing new HOW TO bubble workshops online on FB/ TW/ INSTA - check out episodes 1, 2, & 3 at: https://www.bubbleinc.co.uk/blogs/blog
HELP me spread the joy of bubbles by giving me LIKES, COMMENTS & SHARES! And come visit our incredible online Bubble SHOP for incredible bubble toys and shows at www.bubbleinc.co.uk
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Equipment to prepare:
1) Bubble solution - - preferably our world record holding 'Supapop' available here: https://www.bubbleinc.co.uk/collectio... Failing that, you can use a home made solution with fairy liquid here: https://www.bubbleinc.co.uk/pages/rec...
2) IMAGINATION!
3) Large and small bowl
4) Food colouring! Different colours!
5) Johnsons baby shampoo (optional but nicely no tears)
6) Straws - as many as you can find! Different sizes is even better
7) Plastic cups
8) Old dishcloths/ towels
9) A flannel or microfibre cloth you don't mind cutting in half
10) Rubber bands
11) Empty plastic bottles of different sizes
12) Scissors/ knife (adult supervision required)
13) Hand towel (for drying hands)
14) Newspaper/ old rug for putting on the ground (don't slip over!)
15) A4 card/ paper

 

 

Written by Chaz Rainbow • May 02, 2020

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