Step by step instructions on making cold process soap. Great for the beginner soap maker.
Wednesday, 22 June 2011
Be creative - Cody Wellard
You can now pour your soap into your soap box, creating swirls and layers or what every your style leads you. When you are finished, cover your soap tightly with plastic to stop it from producing ash on top. Also cover with a blanket to hold in the heat. This will keep your heat nice and even encouraging the soap process to happen. Leave covered for 24 to 48 hours. Uncover and cut into bars.