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    SELLING EVERYTHING!

    Items are sold!
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    SELLING EVERYTHING!

    Hi Jasmine, The molds are being sold as a lot. These 21 molds are $75 plus shipping Lot of Silicone Molds Qty Silicone Colum Bramble Berry-silicone 1 Half Cylinder-6 bars Bramble Berry-silicone 1 Silicone Rose impression Mold Silicone 1 Flower Mold Silicone 3 6 cavity ovals...
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    SELLING EVERYTHING!

    Please see the photos pictured in comments.
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    SELLING EVERYTHING!

    Here is a photo of the 41 molds listed here: Mold 12 bar rectangle Bramble Berry 3 mold Silicone Colum Bramble Berry 1 Mold Half Cylinder-6 bars Bramble Berry 1 Mold Silicone Rose impression Mold 1 Mold 18 Rectangle Bar or slab-take apart 1 Mold Flower Mold 3 Mold...
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    SELLING EVERYTHING!

    Hi Ann Marie, I emailed you last week. Hi I emailed you last week. I emailed you last week.
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    SELLING EVERYTHING!

    DISCLAIMER: SMF is not responsible for any sale, trade, co-op, pre-buy, fast buy, garage sale, ad or other transactions between members. All parties enter into transactions at their own will/risk. I am selling EVERYTHING from my Soaping Adventures! Items for sale: Nearly 100 bottles of...
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    Recommendation Needed : Masculine Scents

    In reference to -the first batch that cured faster than the four week time frame due to being processed in individual cavity molds while also using Sodium Lactate. Five weeks will be the cure time now since I started loaf molding, and the first batch of that will be due in 3 weeks. Dropping the...
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    Recommendation Needed : Masculine Scents

    the first batch that cured faster than the four week time frame due to being processed in individual cavity molds while also using Sodium Lactate. Five weeks will be the cure time now since I started loaf molding, and the first batch of that will be due in 3 weeks. Dropping the Sodium Lactate...
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    Mashed potato phase after cooking

    Thank you for this info!!!
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    Mashed potato phase after cooking

    I didnt use a calc. I used amanda Gail's process to calculate. And yes 10 hours us excessive.. that was my point.;) I got the info for lye excess from Amanda Gail's site here https://www.lovinsoap.com/2010/09/liquid-soap-lets-formulate-a-recipe/
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    Mashed potato phase after cooking

    Hi! I made my 3rd batch of liquid soap yesterday in the crockpot. I cooked it for 10 hours..yes 10 hours because it never gelled. It turned to the mashed potato phase and stopped. I did not mix to the taffy stage. I blended with stick blender until it was thick like pudding . Then stirred...
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    December 2019 Un-Challenge - New to You

    Thank you!! I appreciate your kind words!
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    December 2019 Un-Challenge - New to You

    Hi! My first is using an FO instead of an EO for scenting and layering. I used indigo powder in half of the lye mixture. My batter got a thick trace before I could finish pouring all of the layers. I used a spatula to pour layers so I'm assuming that the layers are uneven due to the thick trace...
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    Branding/engraving/stamping soap

    Hopefully I'm on the correct forum! Has anyone used a machine to stamp, brand, engraved soap? I'm looking for a machine that will engrave soaps. I've hand stamped soaps that are 2 days out of mold but I'm looking for a way to engrave soaps that have been curing for 2 -4 weeks.
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    Fast saponifying advice needed!

    Deanna i was not even talking about you being snarky! I just told my boyfriend you were very informative and kind! And then I get this reply from you! I didnt take you as being snarky but some comments from others Anyway I appreciate all of your information! I have made 30 plus batches and am...
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