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**Warning! These planets are not astronomically correct!** Ever wanted to know how to combine cold process and melt & pour? Well, here is an out of this world opportunity to do just that! What ...

**Warning! These planets are not astronomically correct!** Ever wanted to know how to combine cold process and melt & pour? Well, here is an out of this world opportunity to do just that! What ...

Getting the preperations ready to make one of my popular soaps, Mint choc chip, so am using cold process soap to make the balls

Getting the preperations ready to make one of my popular soaps, Mint choc chip, so am using cold process soap to make the balls

Make round soap using PVC Pipe – . Molds don’t need to be lined but can be prepared with mineral oil to help soap release easier. After pouring in soap, cover with plastic wrap and a dish towel to insulate the top of mold. Leave soap in mold for 24-48 hours, pop in freezer for an hour and push soap out one end. Slice to desired thickness. I typically get a full gel using PVC pipe. These are the molds that I use in all of my Cold Process Soap classes that I teach. They’re inexpensive and can

Make round soap using PVC Pipe – . Molds don’t need to be lined but can be prepared with mineral oil to help soap release easier. After pouring in soap, cover with plastic wrap and a dish towel to insulate the top of mold. Leave soap in mold for 24-48 hours, pop in freezer for an hour and push soap out one end. Slice to desired thickness. I typically get a full gel using PVC pipe. These are the molds that I use in all of my Cold Process Soap classes that I teach. They’re inexpensive and can