He Blows This Soap Bubble In The Freezing Cold. What Happens Next Is Absolutely Magical
If you have ever wondered if bubbles freeze, the answer is yes. Before you decide to experiment with making frozen bubbles, you will have to make sure that the temperature is below 32 degrees Fahrenheit. The colder the temperature, the better. Another key element is to make sure you have the right bubble-making liquids. Many people have tried this experiment with their families, and the results are always fun and exciting. Some people have tried this experiment indoors using their freezer in the kitchen. It will not matter if you are outdoors or indoors - as long as it is cold, the results are the same. In this video, watch what happens when this person decides to try making frozen bubbles at home.