Too much froth
Bubbles can be poorly inflated if too much foam has formed during the show. The glowing table (Props, Glowing Table), your hands, the pallet, the wand should not accumulate a large amount of froth.
The wind is our enemy
Winds, drafts, air conditioning can seriously damage your bubbles. The wind can tear a thin soap film, burst your bubbles at the most crucial moment.
Another invisible enemy of your bubbles is dust. This includes dusty rooms, rooms under repairs, stages with dusty wings and curtains. Unfortunately, during my shows I often have to work on stages with dusty wings and curtains. If they have just opened or closed the artist will have problems with some elements of their bubble show.
If dust is on your way, sprays can save the day. They will precipitate the dust, and you will be able to go on.
Lows from speakers are equal to drafts. The speakers should not be directed at the artist.