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Cold process soap making is sort of the real deal ... Steadily pour mixture into the soap molds. Fill each mold one at a time. 5. Spritz some alcohol to the top of the mixture in the molds. This helps remove any excess foam or clumps.
If you’d like to stretch your investment and get more bang for your buck, here are some different ideas for projects that you can use them for in addition to traditional melt and pour and cold process ... molds. They’re definitely not just for soap ...
(Photo by Soap Queen) The batch is then poured into molds and kept ... used after the insulation process, but it is safer to let the bars harden for another few weeks (2-6) before use. More information on cold-process lye soap making: