Finally an article about what impacts trace that I understand!

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Relle

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Thanks for that Gigi, that will make it easier for Beginners to see and understand.
 

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Relle it was written in a way that made it very easy for my tired brain to grasp, so I figured other newbies might like it too :)
 

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I bookmarked it. It is well done and explained, indeed!
 

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Thank you for sharing the article, gigi! Very helpful. When I first started soaping, I used a whisker to mix the lye solution and oil. I was worried that I couldn't manage to get fluffy milky trace like SB could do. After few mins, it came to a light trace. Had no choice but to bow to the batter. Now the soaps are completely cured and they are my newborns. :p
 

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That was a great article, thorough and easy to understand. Thanks for sharing!
 

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Yes Kenna did a nice job gathering all the info around trace, with beautiful pictures.

I learned how emulsification looks like and when it happens. I only had read about that phase but with her pictures it is easier to understand.

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Nice article. I knew all of those things, but it was nice to review them all in a clear and well organized format.
 

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Thank you for posting, Gigi! Great info, easy to understand & right to the point. I have it bookmarked and pinned! :lol:
 

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