I like to cure my salt bars for 6 months.
I read that you are suppose to cure for a minimum of 6 months.I like to cure my salt bars for 6 months.
They are very popular!I read that you are suppose to cure for a minimum of 6 months.
I'll make a batch a forget about it Are they pretty popular? Maybe I should make some samples as well. Not sure how much I should make. Everyone seems to love them. It's just me creating soap right now. I am needing to get larger molds in the future I suppose.
I’ve just made my first batch of seasalt soap and discovered it goes crumbly pretty quickly, so next time I’ll make it individual moulds. As I haven’t used it yet can you tell me what’s so good about salt soap?About 6 weeks ago I made sea salt soap... I just started using it and it is great.
What’s SF?Can't help you with the HP question but as far as keeping them in the shower that is fine as long as they are allowed good drainage and air circulation. I've not had a problem.
I love salt bars and pretty much use them exclusively. I use 80% CO, 15% Avocado and 5% Castor with 20% SF and 25-30% Salt. I use milk as 1/2 the liquid amount or beer.