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Hey, I have just finished a wine soap, used 100% red wine as my liquid! which was simmered first to get alcohol content out and then froze into slushy. Used quite a bit of turmeric to add a wonderful deep red color and have placed in freezer, as I have done with my milk soaps.
Anybody else had experience with wine soap and know how long I should keep in freezer for?
I left my milk soaps in for 24 hrs and then rested at room temp for 24hrs before unfolding. Reckon it would be the same ad do you think I should cover with a towel or not?
 

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Yes, do the same, there's no need to cover it in a towel.
 

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I would treat it the same. No insulation needed. I gel all my soaps, wine, beer, milk. I know it's not uncommon to get partial gel even in the fridge.
 

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I've made wine soap once, I didn't freeze it (before or after making it) and it turned out fine. I soap at room temperature, so maybe that helped. I would think for your soap you can follow the same process as milk soap and it will be fine.
 

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