I'm new to liquid soap after making HP soap for a couple of decades. So far, things are not going well. My KOH is 100%, according to the package, but even at 7% superfat, the soap keeps resolidifying after appearing to be completely diluted. The soap is clear, thin and watery while it's on the heat, but when it's allowed to cool, it goes back to almost completely solid. This is in my nice, warm kitchen, so it's not due to the weather. My recipe: 16 oz Avocado oil 4 oz Castor oil 8 oz Coconut oil (76 degree) 8 oz Olive oil 7.0 oz KOH 27.0 oz Water. After cooking, I added an additional 88 oz water, a cup or two at a time. The soap seems harsh when I wash my hands with it, so I threw in another 4 oz of coconut oil, thinking there might still be some free lye floating around. I think there must be something wrong with my calculations. Any input would be most appreciated.