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How To Make Liquid Soap
When we say soap making, we usually just think a pond made natural soaps. But did you know that the liquid soap is included in that category as well?
Usually overlooked, liquid soap is very useful and handy in a practical kitchen and bathroom. It can be used to randomly clean surfaces and can be helpful for even the biggest food spills your kitchen may even remember. Liquid soap is just a pump away from eliminating dirt, germs, and grime. Liquid hand soaps are not hard to do. In fact, it is possibly the simplest soap you may ever do. As we usually just recycle old soaps that degraded and melt it, all for the love of liquid soaps.
Here are some easy to follow steps to make your very own homemade liquid hand soap.
Grate a bar soap. Pour one cup of boiling water in the blender and put in degraded soap. Put the blending setting on whip, whip to makes into a paste. Add a table food of honey and teaspoon of glycerin and stir. Let the mixture cool for at least 15 minutes, whip again. Add cold water to the mixture until you have six cups of the soap mixture. Pour into a plastic storage container to the let it stand and cool. Do not place a lit on the container. Put some of the soap in refillable pumps. And now, it’s ready to use.
If you’re into antibacterials, then you may want to try this. One of the essential oils we will be using is tea tree, which is widely known for its antibacterial properties. Add ten drops of essential tea tree oil, and 20 drops of essential lavender oil to three to five ounces of liquid soap. Pour mix into refillable pump container. There are maybe times that the essential oils will rise to the surface. The simple solution is to just shake it.
We could also use recycle sliver of soap by collecting slivers, make sure that the sliver is completely dried before storing. This is to make sure that molds or mildew is not go inside your soap storage container.
You have the option to put a sliver into pump dispenser, add water, and let nature take its course by letting the soap melt or you can do this.
Put slivers in the blender, pour a little water, and blend on medium for about 20 seconds. Add a little of the water at a time. This is so that you don’t dilute the soap too much. Blend again for 20 seconds. Repeat the process until you achieved your desired soap consistency. Pour in a clean refillable pump container. And it’s ready to use.
Liquid hand soaps takes little of your time, it’s inexpensive and isn’t hard to do. It’s also a lot of fun. Enjoy!