|Wind Powered Bubble Machines - If you need party ideas, just add bubbles.
From kid’s birthday party ideas to wedding decorations, bubble machines can help you add fun to almost any birthday party or wedding theme.
We developed the original prototypes in 1997 as an affordable
way to make lots of bubbles. Since then we have continued to
modify and improve the design. The newest versions (above - right) are lightweight, efficient, and probably the most affordable bubble machines on the market today. You can even adjust the output to suit any occasion whether outdoors or inside.
Plus they're 100% Guaranteed.
To operate, just add bubble solution & place your Wind Powered
Bubble Machine directly in front of a house fan. Set the fan on
high speed for maximum bubbles! To reduce the output, simply
lower the fan speed or move it further away. Use a fan of at least
average size for best results – such as a box shaped window fan.
Strong fans can have a massive output, so lower settings are
generally recommended – especially indoors. Small or weak fans
do not work very well.
|Wind Powered Bubble
Machines can help you
add fun to birthday
graduation & school
parties...or any occasion.
Draw more attention to
yard sales, fund raisers,
openings & events.
...or just for fun.
Add bubbles to your
decorations for any party
theme - at a fraction of
the price for electric
Mark a location to help
guests find your home.
Add a few drops of
citronella oil to help
deter mosquitoes, etc.
|The Original Bubble Wheel
These are fairly quick easy to make. Often you
can use readily available household items for
little or no cost. The homemade WPBM's may
not last as long, but they're still lots of fun.
Bubble Solution – Any type of premixed solution works well, or you can save
money by easily making your own bubble solution. All that you need is ordinary
dish soap and water. Any brand will do fine, some are a bit thicker than others.
Start with a ratio of about 5:1 (water:soap) then experiment for best results. Thin
with water for maximum efficiency. If solution is too thin, bubbles won't form. If
solution is too thick, the “bubble wheel” rotates more slowly and can have a
Glycerin or Kayro syrup can be added to improve bubble strength, but it's not
usually necessary - unless you're trying to make especially large bubbles.
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