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First time soap maker, help. Jim
-- Jim Raymond (email@example.com), December 12, 2001
Jim, If you scroll down to the bottom of the page you will find what is called the archives. There is a category on soap making. If you click on that there will be all sorts of recipes and good advice on soap making, as well as some links to soap making web sites. Have fun!!!
-- diane (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 12, 2001.
And we just had a thread on soap recipes....
-- Anne (Healthytouch101@wildmail.com), December 12, 2001.
If you don't find the answer you are looking for go to pathetic Plantation.com they have a great soap tutorial. I have used it and it turned out good. My regular recipe is different...I can recomend a couple books if you want. Good luck... I love soapmaking. made a batch last night as a matter of fact. One hint..don't make it on a humid, rainy or foggy day....it separates alot worse then. Look for a dry day...cold or hot...but DRY. Have fun!!!
-- Jenny (email@example.com), December 13, 2001.
Jim go onto MMS and look at the recipies there, they have a calculator there for how much lye you need for different types of oils and its really easy to use. http://www.the sage.com/index.html
If you need any special help e-mail and I will try to help.
-- miller (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 13, 2001.
Aunt Jenny. I live on Vancouver Island on Canada's south west coast. It rains here all day every day in the winter(peanut butter even goes mouldy). Can I even make soap or should I wait till the spring? karen
-- karen grandmaison (email@example.com), December 18, 2001.
I WANT TO MAKE A LIQUID DISH SOAP SO PLEASE GIVE ME THE RECIPE OF CHEMICALS AND THE METHODS
-- ASHRAF RAMADAN (ASHRAFTOTO@YAHOO.COM), April 19, 2002.