YouTuber Creates the World's Largest Dry Ice Bubble in a Swimming Pool

The gigantic bubble grows to an impressive size. You have to see it to believe it.
Loukia Papadopoulos

If you've never heard of dry ice bubbles before, you're in for a treat. The cool transparent bubbles are created by putting water and some dry ice in a container and then passing a string dipped in soap over it.

The end result is a bubble that rises from inside the container and pops just as it grows. One YouTuber decided to see how big of a dry ice bubble he could create.

Liam Thomson began by using a large container to try his experiment. The project worked like a charm and a large bubble grew from inside the container.

He then decided to move up to a kid's pool. There he struggled a bit with finding a soap-filled string that would work trying out several versions in the process.

He even enlisted his sister's help as this project proved to be a two-person job. He finally found one that worked and we were treated to a truly gigantic bubble.

That still wasn't enough for Thomson who then moved forward to an adult size swimming pool. This was truly the most mesmerizing dry bubble of all, growing to an impressive size. Want to see the bubbles for yourself? Watch the video above.

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