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- Grease your molds before you start. Sometimes a soap batch reaches trace more quickly than expected. If your molds are greased, you can pour the soap. (Doesn’t apply to silicon molds).
- Warm up honey before adding to soap. Cold honey can form clumps.
- Pour some vinegar on clean rags. If you get a few beads of lye on your skin, wipe immediately with the rag. The vinegar will help to neutralize the lye.
- Mix powdered pigments with oil, which reduces the lumps you might see if you use water.
Click on the 25 Secrets For Making Amazing Soap at Home link below to see all 25 of Betsy’s soap making tips.
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