OMG, DH would have just died if I had started calling it "My Precious" He's a huge LOTR fan (I married a nerd...)I would cuddle it, call it 'My Precious' then start brainstorming a new batch so I could break it in!
[/QUOTE]That has got to be a big part/maybe all of the problem. I don't think the suppliers would note that unless it is *really* a problem, just cuts into the sale of the product. I hate it when I use morphers by mistake. Sometimes when you have a problem soap it can be kind of interesting to try and figure out what went wrong and try and fix it, but w/a known morpher all you can do is slap yourself , mark/segregate the bottle, and move on ....
I actually wanted hot pink but his powder coater only did industrial coating so he didn't have it available. Bud sent me to Nuture Soap's website but I really just wanted his. I know Carrie takes care of her customers but for the price, I feel I got much more.I see you went with the spidery vein color he had available! Congrats!!!
Congrats!! It's always fun getting new supplies but new toys that make our lives easier is so much better! I'm disappointed my first cut with my toy but it was still the best thing ever! What scale did you buy?I got a new toy too! Although not as expensive or cool, I was excited to find it on my door step this morning... a new scale that goes out TWO decimal places! Yes, I have been soaping for 14 months with only one decimal place. Very careful rounding and only three failed batches, which I don't think had anything to do with measuring (ingredients and technique were the culprits, I'm positive). My OCD was really nagging on me about it though, so when my dream scale came on sale for $13 (was $47) I moved my book money to my soap money, lol.