Bubble Tips & FAQs
How do I use Wonki Wands?
It‘s easy! Just dip, open, and close. For better instructions, just watch this quick instruction video and you’ll be a bubbling pro in no time.
What are the ideal conditions for making bubbles?
We’ve been able to make great bubbles in almost any condition. Extreme cold or extreme heat are kind of tough, and if it’s really dry, the bubbles won’t last as long. If you want to make the really ginormous bubbles, the 40 or 50 footers, then look for 60 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit, not too sunny, some good humidity, and a nice light breeze. Get ready to be amazed!
How difficult is it, really, to get gigantic bubbles with the Wonki Wands?
Any one can do it! We’ve seen 6-year-old kids pick up their wands for the first time and immediately start making enormous bubbles. It’s so easy, and so fun!
How long will my bottle of Bubble Sauce last?
Dee loves fast and furious bubbles, and our 64-ounce (½ Gal) bottle usually lasts her a couple of hours. Roger likes to be more casual about his bubbles, and he’s been known to get several hours out of one bottle.
How can I buy more Bubble Sauce?
What happens if I drink the Bubble Sauce?
Foamy burps? We don’t know; we’ve never tried it. We do know that all of the ingredients are non-toxic; but with that said, we do recommend you keep it out of reach of young children.
Seriously though . . . Our Bubble Sauce is considered nonhazardous, but since it is similar to dishwashing liquid it could cause some minor discomfort for those with sensitive skin if it’s consumed, or if it splashes into the eyes. If consumed, it may cause gastrointestinal discomfort and should be diluted by drinking 1 or 2 glasses of water. For significant eye contact, rinsing the eyes with lukewarm water for 15 minutes should be sufficient. Our Bubble Sauce might irritate the skin, but will wash right off with water.