My first pringles can soap

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Buckscent

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I did 3 color in the pot swirl, white main base, then poured green and red in it. Then poured into can. I think that was not a good idea as you cant see any white and just don't like the red/green. The soap in general is good just not crazy about color

 

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I saw a Kevin Devine video where he let his mother do the swirl in the pot. He told her one half swipe with the spoon. She did 5 times that. He was right. It was too swirly. Such a pity about the white disappearing but at least you know that much colour makes that colour in soap and you can do pringles soap with no cavities. :mrgreen:

Congratulations.
 

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Those will make great xmas soaps. What are they scented with?
 

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Sorry it wasn't what you had envisioned. However, I rather like it.
 

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I think they came out very Christmasy. It reminds me to do a pringles-funnel pour for one of my holiday soaps. :)
 

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It's super easy. You pour your soap batter through a funnel in alternating colors into a cylinder mold. I think it makes a really neat look of concentric circles in the soap.

[ame]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBwZUAxSPEY[/ame]

If your batter starts to accelerate and you have a thicker trace, you can get bizarre designs. This is one of mine where that happened and I had to squash the soap through the funnel. Please ignore the horrendous colors. Sea Buckthorn oil goes neon even in small amounts...

 

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That's a cool soap, Snappy! Way prettier than the 101/Gemini!
 

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It's super easy. You pour your soap batter through a funnel in alternating colors into a cylinder mold. I think it makes a really neat look of concentric circles in the soap.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBwZUAxSPEY

If your batter starts to accelerate and you have a thicker trace, you can get bizarre designs. This is one of mine where that happened and I had to squash the soap through the funnel. Please ignore the horrendous colors. Sea Buckthorn oil goes neon even in small amounts...

Thats great, I like it!!! Thanks for the info!
 

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