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What You'll Need and Instructions:
1) Dry Ice - Cup - Dish Soap - Heavy Duty Gloves - Warm Water - Bowl or Container with Rounded Edge - Long Piece of Cloth (see video)
Step 1) Using heavy duty gloves, place dry ice in bowl that's halfway filled with warm water
Step 2) Dip the piece of cloth into a cup of dish soap mixed with water
Step 3) Use your finger to place dish soap around the edge of the bowl (BUT BE CAREFUL NOT TO GET ANY SOAP IN THE BOWL! As this will cause lots of foaming)
Step 4) Take the piece of cloth out of the cup of dish soap and water and wipe any extra soap off of it, then wipe it across the edge of the bowl (see video) You might have to go over the bowl a couple of times before the bubble forms. Go slowly.
Step 5) Watch the bubble form!
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