Steps to make Ivory Soap Flakes

 

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1 tablespoon water. Mixing bowl. Mix soap flakes and water until it reaches a clay-like consistency. Use it as you would any other sculpting clay. Your child can make shapes, jewelry, animals, and other figures.

The soap flake figures will dry completely overnight. Decorate with. 3.5 oz bar of Ivory soap. 3 1/2 cups water. 2 tsp glycerin (comes in a bottle from your local pharmacy) 2 tsp or more of lemon extract, optional. yellow food coloring, optional.

Step one is to grate the entire bar of soap. Pour water into a pot and add the shavings. Oh well). I even started selling soap dough kits, with pressed dough, cookie cutters, and everything you need to make 2 soaps for parties, plus extra colors to decorate your fun shapes!

I take soap dough it into my kid’s classrooms, and teach the little kids how to make their shapes. It’s an awesome craft!Step #2: Put the 2 cups of Washing Soda and the soap (broken up) in your blender or food processor and mix until blended well Then add the 2 cups of.

Vida, the ingredients are: Sodium Tallowate and/or Sodium Palmate, Water, Sodium Cocoate and/or Sodium Palm Kernelate, Glycerin, Sodium Chloride, Fragrance, Coconut Acid (may contain), Palm Kernel Acid (may contain), Tallow Acid (may contain), Palm Acid (may contain), Tetrasodium EDTA. Taken from this link. Place the soap in the measuring cup, and add a half cup of plain water. Then simply let the soap flakes and water sit for a few hours until the soap softens enough to form a thick paste. You can speed things up by putting the jar inside a pot with an inch or so of water, and.

For burnishing we grate or very thinly slice a bar of Ivory Soap. We and add 1/2 tablespoon of soap slices for each pound of material in our tumbler. Some people use Borax, Tide or Dreft powdered detergent about 1/2 tablespoon of soap powder per pound of rock. In a rotary tumbler we add just enough water to almost cover the rocks.

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Types of Soap You Can Make at Home. In general, there are several ways to make soap at home (with endless variations of each). These are: Regular or Cold Process; Hot Process; Melt and Pour; In this tutorial, I’ll cover traditional cold process soap making. I’ll start broad with the basics and share my favorite simple recipe at the bottom. If you have been around Pinterest for a while, you have probably seen the Ivory Soap Experiment where soap placed in the microwave expands to many times it’s size.

We did our own soap experiment and then added some food coloring and shaving cream to make a moldable Soap.

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Place the soap flakes in a medium saucepan, then add the oil and around 1 cup (250 ml) of the water.

“The Big Book of Homemade Products for Your Skin, Health and Home: Easy, All-Natural DIY Projects Using Herbs, Flowers and Other Plants” by Jan Berry
from The Big Book of Homemade Products for Your Skin, Health and Home: Easy, All-Natural DIY Projects Using Herbs, Flowers and Other Plants
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Cook until clear and add 1/2 cup soap flakes (like Ivory Snow).

“Creative Resources for the Early Childhood Classroom” by Judy Herr
from Creative Resources for the Early Childhood Classroom
by Judy Herr
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Once you have a pile of shredded soap, add a tablespoon (15 ml) of water and a few drops of essential oil (if the soap is scented, only use water) for every cup (250 ml) of shredded soap, and knead the mixture until the water is fully incorporated.

“The Soapmaker's Companion: A Comprehensive Guide with Recipes, Techniques & Know-How” by Susan Miller Cavitch
from The Soapmaker’s Companion: A Comprehensive Guide with Recipes, Techniques & Know-How
by Susan Miller Cavitch
Storey Publishing, LLC, 2010

Ivory, or, in fact, any good white soap, will answer as well as castile for the purpose.

“Henleys' Twentieth Century Book of Recipes, Formulas and Processes: Containing Nearly Ten Thousand Selected Scientific, Chemical, Technical and Household Recipes, Formulas and Processes for Use in the Laboratory, the Office, the Workshop and in the Home” by Gardner Dexter Hiscox
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by Gardner Dexter Hiscox
N.W. Henley Publishing Company, 1907

Beat the almonds (previously blanched and well dried with a cloth) in a mortar, until they become a complete paste, then beat the soap and mix with the almonds, and afterwards add the rose-water and spirit.

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In one container of soap batter, stir in the cocoa powder and oil mixture until well blended.

“Simple & Natural Soapmaking: Create 100% Pure and Beautiful Soaps with The Nerdy Farm Wife’s Easy Recipes and Techniques” by Jan Berry
from Simple & Natural Soapmaking: Create 100% Pure and Beautiful Soaps with The Nerdy Farm Wife’s Easy Recipes and Techniques
by Jan Berry
Page Street Publishing, 2017

Mix 1 cup commercial soap flakes with % cup warm water in bowl.

“Creative Learning Activities for Young Children” by Judy Herr
from Creative Learning Activities for Young Children
by Judy Herr
Delmar Thomson Learning, 2001

To make a pure white soap, use a grade A or B refined olive oil that looks bright yellow or gold in the bottle.

“The Natural Soap Book: Making Herbal and Vegetable-Based Soaps” by Susan Miller Cavitch
from The Natural Soap Book: Making Herbal and Vegetable-Based Soaps
by Susan Miller Cavitch
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Although the soap is soft and easy to flake immediately, let it age as long as possible before making flakes.

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Sasquatch Books, 2012

You can get beautifully textured soaps by incorporating dried herbs right in with the soap as you heat it.

“The Everything Soapmaking Book: Recipes and Techniques for Creating Colorful and Fragrant Soaps” by Alicia Grosso
from The Everything Soapmaking Book: Recipes and Techniques for Creating Colorful and Fragrant Soaps
by Alicia Grosso
Adams Media, 2007

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  • Hey Jeff Karl here can you give a good alternate for lard and the measurement? Also can you please let me know the exact measurement of charcoal added?

  • This is the soap my family has used for years and is so annoying to use. Those pockets of air? Yeah. Also makes the soap break apart faster/easier. Unless you’re bringing it into the bath with you there’s really no point in getting “the floating soap” >.> We love our foam soap.

  • Have more questions? We would love to hear from you! As a companion to this video we also added a post on our Blog at:
    https://bit.ly/2kRpHY4
    Remember, as we said in the video Borax is not required for this recipe but can be added as a brightener/whitener. For a break down of what each brightener or whitener does we found a wonderful article by Martha Stewart we wanted to share and it can be found here:
    https://bit.ly/2kompLE
    Also as an alternative to using fabric softener in your machine to counter the effects of film/soap scum you can use good old fashioned vinegar!
    Peace and Blessings from Wildberry Cottage Homestead

  • sounded like someone was walking up and down stairs or stomping around above you for a lot of the video. Maybe it’s the mic itself, not sure. I probably wouldn’t have noticed if I didn’t have my headphones on but I kept picking up a thumping noise with them on. It’s really present around 3:35.