- Oct 27, 2014
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Hey! I've tried searching this on the web and haven't come up with anything... Has anyone ever tried soaking or spraying their salt bars with water to rehydrate them to stop crumbling? I made my first salt bars yesterday HP and am very happy with the results. I cut when they were still hot and although there was a little crumbling on the bottom edge, I got a fairly neat edge. The top is very crumbly Hot process style. But now after a day I wanted to test an end piece and broke it in half - the whole thing broke in a bunch of pieces! I realize this may happen with the larger pieces as well, especially since the top is so rustic. Has anyone tried stopping breakage or crumbling by dipping or spraying the soap? Or are there any other tricks?