Here’s an efficient way to make large batches of round soaps. I posted several years ago about how I use poly tubing to create my shampoo bars. Denise Casperson in British Columbia, Canada took my idea a step further and I’m delighted that she wants to share her methods.
Benefits of Denise’s set-up: 1. pour at waist level to reduce air bubbles, 2. insulated to help force gel stage, 3. soap is protected and contained in case of a poly tubing mishap – which I admit I’ve had a couple!, 4. creates a smooth top = less waste.
Wow! very interesting! Thanks for sharing!!
Thanks for sharing and all the pictures.
How did you add the stamps afterwards?
@Chris – While this isn’t my tutorial, I have stamped soaps before, so I know how it’s done. You can order stamps that are specifically for soaps and then just tap the impression in the soap with a rubber mallet once it’s set.
Right @Chris – this place is the one that made Denise’s stamp: https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/CurtisMerchandise
That is so cool! As a new soapmaker, I am dying to try this out! Thanks so much for sharing!
Thanks for this great Info. I definitely have to give it a go now!
Mine Came out Perfect! Love the way it looks 🙂