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Old 07-11-2017, 04:02 PM   #11
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Thanks for that info. One would expect they'd use some high powered high RPM mixers to "substitute" for the increasted liquidity (slowed saponification). But the mixer seems quite slow. Also; I wonder if the contents are heated.
You're welcome Sapo. If interested, feel free to join the discussion at liquid soapers.


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This may help those interested in making large batch LS. Source: Liquid Soapers Yahoo Group.

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Here is a link to a Facebook Group which has recently made non paste liquid soap and the author and liquid soaper, Jackie Thompson, is a key member of the group. She was with Cathy McGinnis, Soaping 101, as she and other members went through the process online.

https://www.facebook.com/search/top/...d%20soapmaking




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Attempting to join, sounds good and informative. So far not accepted.
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Attempting to join, sounds good and informative. So far not accepted.
Try joining the liquid soapers Yahoo group first. There might be a "by invitation only" access to the Facebook group. LINK:

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"Soaping 101 liquid soap making" is not the same group as Liquid Soapers on Yahoo and on FB.


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