I have bought some refined African black soap.
(It looks like a brick) I’ve tried melting it in a broiler. No joy. I’ve microwaved it, it didn’t melt, just smoked and stank the house out. How do I melt it down so I can pour it? Ive Heard it’s hard to melt but this just seems...
Hi, I'm Nan from Arizona. I just started making melt and pour soaps yesterday. I ordered 2 lbs of pifito base from Amazon and have already used it all :)
This is going to be an adventure!October m&p by Nan D. posted Oct 20, 2018 at 12:40 AM
I'm curious if anyone has ever tried to turn up the heat at the tail end of hot process, just prior to the "pour?"
The purpose would be to melt it fully before going into the mold in order to get a clean, smooth finish on the finished bar.
I'm assuming this wouldn't work with certain...
After pouring M&P, is it preferable to let the soap harden at room temperature, or use the fridge?
I know some folk pop their molds into the fridge to help it along, but I've seen many videos of folks that leave them out at room temperature.
Is one better than another?
hi, i love this forum and finally got around to making my own soap. i faced 3 major challenges:
the first batch-when i made it, it froze on me too quick before i could mold it. so i micriwaved it to melt and re-mold. but its melted to a liquid rather than a creamy texture(i read a soap never...
Been ages since i been on here but i been working on bath melts lately and the problem is, they're made from:
Lavender Oil + Lavender Seeds and liquid dye.
So I popped them in the fridge as per usual. Took them out, thought i'd leave them...