Turn Bar Soap into Liquid Soap
Edited by Doug Collins, Eng, Inukshuk
I would like to thank Rebecca Kelsey Sampson from Rebeccakelsey.com for the awesome video on how to turn Bar Soap into Liquid 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. :)
Today I am going to show you how to make a DIY a liquid soap easy out of those old tiny soaps that you get from hotels. When you go on a vacation, and you feel it's such a waste to leave the soaps so you say "I should take these with me" or "look free soap, let me bring a lot of soap home". I've been doing that my entire life like since I was twelve. Every time I go on vacation with my family, I'll be the one in charge of taking the soap. Did we ever use the soap? No, because we just do like to buy our soap. It was wasteful, and underneath my sink I have like twenty bins of soaps. So I am going to figure out how to make use of it. I searched online on how to make a liquid soap out of bar soap, and that's what I am going to show you here.
- 14a lot of the websites are saying to wait for 10 hours. to gain time we will put it in the fridge and check on it every hour, it shouldn't take too long, just until it gets thicker in consistency but not rock solid. in the purpose of this video, we have some remedies to help if it's rock solid, just it needs to be thicker than water.Now, we have to wait for it to cool.
- 19and now we have soap for the entire year. That is the end of this video, Thank you for watching.This final look when and it's all in the container.Advertisement
Video: Turn Bar Soap into Liquid Soap
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