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Basic soap making all the skills and tools you need to get started / Elizabeth Letcavage, editor ; Patsy Buck, soap maker and expert consultant ; photographs by Alan Wycheck.

Contributor(s): Letcavage, Elizabeth | Buck, Patsy | Wycheck, Alan.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Mechanicsburg, PA : Stackpole Books c2009Edition: First edition.Description: v, 126 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780811735735.Subject(s): SoapDDC classification: 668.12 BAS (L)
Contents:
Basic equipment and ingredients -- Making basic cold-process soap -- Basic four-oil soap recipe -- Equipment cleanup -- Unmolding and cutting soap -- More basic soap recipes -- Soap additives -- Enhancing soap with color, fragrance, and oatmeal -- Two-tone nugget soap -- Using oxide colorants -- Goat's milk, oatmeal, and lavender soap -- Rebatching -- Color- infused molded soap -- Rebatched soap with colored swirls -- Recycling scraps into soap balls -- Creating your own soap recipes -- Basic oil chart -- Luxury oil chart -- Saponification value chart -- Packaging finished soap -- Handmade equipment -- How to make a soap mold -- How to make a mold liner -- How to make a soap cutter.
Basic equipment and ingredients -- Making basic cold-process soap -- Basic four-oil soap recipe and instructions -- Equipment cleanup -- Unmolding and cutting soap into bars -- More basic soap recipes -- Soap additives -- Enhancing soap with color, fragrance, and oatmeal -- How to make two-tone nugget soap -- Oil-infused molded soaps -- How to make oil-infused molded soap -- How to make soap with colored swirls -- Creating your own soap recipes -- Base oil chart -- Luxury oil chart -- Saponification value chart -- Packaging finished soap -- Handmade equipment -- How to make a soap mold and liner -- How to make a soap cutter.
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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.

"All the skills and tools you need to get started" --Cover.

Basic equipment and ingredients -- Making basic cold-process soap -- Basic four-oil soap recipe -- Equipment cleanup -- Unmolding and cutting soap -- More basic soap recipes -- Soap additives -- Enhancing soap with color, fragrance, and oatmeal -- Two-tone nugget soap -- Using oxide colorants -- Goat's milk, oatmeal, and lavender soap -- Rebatching -- Color- infused molded soap -- Rebatched soap with colored swirls -- Recycling scraps into soap balls -- Creating your own soap recipes -- Basic oil chart -- Luxury oil chart -- Saponification value chart -- Packaging finished soap -- Handmade equipment -- How to make a soap mold -- How to make a mold liner -- How to make a soap cutter.

Basic equipment and ingredients -- Making basic cold-process soap -- Basic four-oil soap recipe and instructions -- Equipment cleanup -- Unmolding and cutting soap into bars -- More basic soap recipes -- Soap additives -- Enhancing soap with color, fragrance, and oatmeal -- How to make two-tone nugget soap -- Oil-infused molded soaps -- How to make oil-infused molded soap -- How to make soap with colored swirls -- Creating your own soap recipes -- Base oil chart -- Luxury oil chart -- Saponification value chart -- Packaging finished soap -- Handmade equipment -- How to make a soap mold and liner -- How to make a soap cutter.

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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. Readers will learn the basic four-oil soap recipe, which can then be enhanced with additives such as oatmeal, fragrance oils, colored swirls, two-tone nuggets, and moisturizing butters. Excerpted from Basic Soap Making: All the Skills and Tools You Need to Get Started by Elizabeth Letcavage, Patsy Buck All rights reserved by the original copyright owners. Excerpts are provided for display purposes only and may not be reproduced, reprinted or distributed without the written permission of the publisher.