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    Separation Help!!!

    Omg this is exactly how i have been feeling I kept cooking mine last night because my dilution didn’t feel right either. Thank you so much this gives me much more hope! I will try letting my paste sit and see how that goes. Thanks for sharing your experience it was very helpful.
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    Separation Help!!!

    Yes that is what I was thinking after this batch. I think I will try that. Good to know it is not the lye.
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    Separation Help!!!

    Yes soap calc has the default but it also had the koh so that’s why I thought I could just click on the koh and it would calculate correctly. I rechecked my receipe and saw it does say koh does it not calculate correctly? If you have a better calculator for liquid soap, could you share that as...
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    Separation Help!!!

    Okay I will try that. Thank you so much for all the help. This has been something I have wanted to start doing for over a year and finally got the courage to do it. So helping me through this has been a lifesaver!!! Thank you, thank you!
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    Separation Help!!!

    Thank you. It did come together and it was still a little cloudy but when I tested the ph it was at 9. So I have started diluting it. I have noticed that it still has that it still has a little bit of the same feeling on my hands as the other one did. It feels like there is not necessarily a...
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    Separation Help!!!

    Okay thank you and yes I am using distilled water. When diluting do you recommend heating my water so it doesn’t crack the crockpot?
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    Separation Help!!!

    I am not sure on the temp. I have it in my crockpot on low my house is at 76 F. I will keep blending. Can I be cooking it too hot?
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    Separation Help!!!

    I have tried to make now two batches of Koh soap. Each time it has separated and does not come together to one solid liquid. I can see it thickening on the bottom but there is a layer of oil at the top. When I blend it looks like it is coming together but starts to look like it is curdled...
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