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divaxtrema

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Hello All!
Wondering if anyone has ever tried to whip Melt and Pour soap for a differrent effect? I don't even know if it can be whipped.....
 

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I whipped it all the time. For floating soaps, frosting, etc. it can be done, but it hardens very quickly so you have to keep an eye on it.
 

divaxtrema

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HI CCK...
Thank you very much! I thought I would ask before messing my space up....
 

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Yet again... another thing i want to learn.... to do list... :D
 

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I melt it in a coffee cup. not a flat bottom one, but one that gets narrower on the bottom. if that makes sense. Then I take a whisk and roll it back and forth between my palms really fast. My hubby teases me, cause I look like im rubbing 2 sticks together to make a fire. lol. but since MP hardens as soon as it is cool you have to watch it very closely. if it gets hard or too thick melt it a few secs and whip up slightly.
 
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Ive tried this as well for coffee foam on top of a "latte", and found that it you add just an itty bit of citric acid ( say 1/4 teaspoon to 1 LB MP), it keeps it from re-hardening as much.. it will have a softer more pliable consistency longer and gives you a bit more time to play with it.
 

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