Basic Soap Making: All the Skills and Tools You Need to Get Started

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Stackpole Books, Sep 15, 2009 - Crafts & Hobbies - 132 pages
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Hundreds of step-by-step, full-color photographs illustrate exactly how to make cold-process soap. Instructions on molding soap, cutting bars, creating original recipes, packaging gifts, and more. Includes a chapter on constructing a soap mold, liner, and cutter at home.
 

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VERY HELPFULL AND AN INTERESTING BOOK

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The book is informative and excellent for beginners interested in the art of soap making.
I love the book.
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Contents

Basic Equipment and Ingredients 1
1
Making Cold Process Soap 9
9
Soap Additives 41
41
Rebatching 77
77
Creating Your Own Soap Recipes 98
98
Packaging Finished Soap 102
102
Handmade Equipment 106
106
Resources 126
126
Back Cover
127
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About the author (2009)

Elizabeth Letcavage is the editor/author of Basic Soap Making, Natural Soap Making, and Basic Leathercrafting. She gardens, crafts, and writes in central Pennsylvania. Patsy Buck is a soap maker who operates Handmade Soap by Patsy in Pennsylvania.

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