Step 5: Implementation
Use the bar of soap as you would normally, either by the kitchen/bathroom sink or in the shower. Note that the soap net helps to build lather by shaving dry soap into the mesh. In addition it will exfoliate dead skin much in the same way that bathing poufs sold for use with shower gels do (the netting material is exactly the same type, and you could even make a bath pouf out of onion bags, although that would be a whole different i'ble)
Be sure to rinse off all the remaining suds from the bar of soap and its net under water. Since the mesh is plastic it won't absorb any water and water won't pool water around the bar the same way soap dishes do. Rinsing the net helps to remove any dirt/oil and reduce bacteria left over from washing.
Find a hook or nail over your sink to hang the soap net from. Hanging the soap in the mesh will allow air to flow around the bar, meaning that it won't saturate with water and will remain dry and harden for the next use. In addition, the dry surface will help to impede the growth of bacteria and mold. If well rinsed, there should be little soap scum or residue to clean up afterwards as well.
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