Hello there! Quick question about wire soap cutters... I have a multi-bar cutter that I purchased from Bud's Woodshop on Etsy. I've been using it for over a year and have probably cut close to 100 batches of CP soap on it. I cut 4 loafs into bars yesterday and noticed that the bottom of the bars crumbled a bit in 3 of the 4 batches. This is a base oil recipe that I've made a lot, and have never had trouble with crumbling. Most soaping parameters were what they normally are - just new fragrances that I've only used a few times in testing, I used a piece of plastic over the top of the mold to insulate (normally use cardboard), and it was slightly colder in the soaping room than it normally is. I'm not sure if any of that would lead to crumbling edges. The wires were clean and tight as I check them before and after I cut each loaf. Could it be time to replace the wires? They look in good condition, and everything I've read says that you might never need to replace wires on a soap cutter unless they break. I'm wondering how often you typically replace your wires, if at all. Maybe I just cut the loaves too early due to the plastic "lid" on the molds. They seemed ready to cut... I should probably just go ahead and replace them, but what a task on a multi-cutter! I'd rather be making more soap Thanks for your thoughts on this!