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Bamagirl

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I found a shoe box to put my cured soap in, but was wondering if I need to put something between the bars? And if so, what? I was thinking maybe parchment paper or wax paper?
 

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If you are stacking them I would just use some paper towel or parchment would probably work too.
 

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I store mine standing back to front inside baseball card storage boxes and have never used anything in between. There's probably about 1/8 to 1/16th of an inch space between them. However, if I were storing them stacked upon each other, I'm like Shari above- I'd use something like a sheet of parchment to separate them.


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I shrink wrap and label mine once cured, so I don't have a problem stacking soap. If you do use paper towels in between make sure it isn't a linty brand. You don't want lint on your soap!:think:
 

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I too store mine in baseball card storage boxes. I don't wrap and label until a few weeks before I need them or as orders come in. I always have labels ready to go so it's just a matter of wrapping them. It's served me well for almost 5 years now.
 

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