Monday, January 25, 2010

Atomic Bubbles

I love things that glow in the dark. Seriously, that nitroglycerin green stuff just gets my pulse racing. In my quest to find more things that glow (must.have.more.glow), I tried something cool with SSS Atomic Glow and Extreme Bubble Solution.

Result? Win. Oh, so much win.

Simply mix the Extreme Bubble Solution with distilled water (instructions are on the label, you can't screw it up), add a dash of Atomic Glow solution, snip the end off a pipette and you're good. Oh, and you need a handy dandy UV light key chain. One is included with Atomic Glow, or you can be a square and use any boring old UV light.

Now go find a dark room and an audience. People will harangue you; "You can't color a bubble! The walls of the bubble are too small!". Ignore them. Trust me. Click on your UV light and blow a bubble with the pipette bubble wand.

You're welcome.

1 comment:

  1. Great idea, my kids will love it... and deep down so will i, but of course they don't need to know that.