Strainers Paint Strainer These strainers work great to strain the herbs from the oil. A student said she uses these and so do I. They can be washed and reused or ...

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Before you purchase a soap mold, look at bars of soap. Buy a handmade bar of soap you like and measure the bar. Purchase a mold with those similar measurements. ...

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SOAP MAKING EQUIPMENT Soap Making Equipment should only be used for soap and should not be used for food. See resource page for suppliers. Safety Equipment- gloves, protective eye wear, ...

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Safety Precautions for working with Lye, also called Sodium Hydroxide Sodium Hydroxide, also known as lye, NaOH, is a caustic chemical and needs to be handled with precaution to avoid ...

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NATURAL SCENT – ESSENTIAL OILS The approximate range of essential oils to use is ½ ounce to 1 ounce (liquid measurement) per pound of your total oils/fats. Here are suggested ...

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Coconut Oil is made from the pulp of the fruit from the coconut palm tree. It is solid at cooler temperatures and liquid at warmer temperatures, above 76F degrees. Coconut ...

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History of Soap According to an ancient Roman legend, in an area known as Mount Sapo, soap was created without any intention for making soap. On the hill of Mount ...

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  This video is to show the simple technique to pot swirl. Technique for Pot Swirled Soap Make a 4 pound batch of cold process soap. At trace and before ...

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