Make DIY Play Dough Soap
Doug Collins, Sheila Searcy Guyton, Eng, Inukshuk
I would like to thank "Mysweethings" for the awesome video on how to make a DIY Play Dough Soap. I organized it into a wiki for anyone with a hearing impairment, or for those who just prefer to read the steps. Hope you enjoy it. :)
Hello guys, today I'm going to show you how to make this, which is a play dough soap
I like to call it that because it is stretchy as you can see.
It also works very well as a soap, you will see me using this later on the video
It is so fun to play with, it is very soft, it is like a gum, and you only need three ingredients to make this
I'm pretty sure that you will have all these ingredients in your house. So let's get started.
For this project you only need three ingredients , corn starch, olive oil and Shampoo or body gel
Add the liquid soap to the starch, I am just going to startup with this much
Just take the spoon and carefully mix it, so you will not spill it on the floor
It looks pretty good now, so I'm just going to go ahead and add my olive oil
You can use coconut oil if you want
The oil is just going to make the mix a lot softer, and it's more fun to play with
At this point I am going to add some more oil, because I really want my ply dough to be extra soft.
So this is how you want your soap to look like, it should kind of stick inside, just like that
Now, just coat your finger with corn starch and put the ply dough soap on your fingers
The soap might be like you know very sticky and not ready, but once you knead it with more corn starch, it's going to feel more like play dough
This is the final product looks like, if it isn't look like this, you might want to add more corn starch, or if it's a little bit dry, add some more olive oil or some more liquid soap
I am just going to take a small piece of the play dough soap
I am going to rub my hands, you can see the soap
Now I will wash my hands with water
Video: Make DIY Play Dough Soap
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Recent edits by: Eng, Sheila Searcy Guyton, Doug Collins