Thats why there is a wonderful device called "Soap dish"
No one knows whether it was a creation of God or invention of man, but its a small device that helps us locate that slippery bar of soap and to keep it from getting soggy.
Here is an awesomer version of the humble soap dish made using an old plastic bottle!
Step 1: Tools and Material
- An old plastic bottle (the one I have used once held talcum powder, any other bottle should work equally well too!)
- A black white board marker
- A ruler
- A sharp blade/knife or a pair of shears that can cut through the plastic
- Hot glue gun, with glue rods
- Soap (but, of course!)
Be extra careful while using sharp instruments and hot glue gun. They can injure badly if not used properly! If necessary, request someone to help you with them
Step 2: Measuring the size of the soap
Step 3: Mark the lines
Use ruler if you want, or you can end up with fancy shape with the edges!
The 'ribbons' on the either side are about half an inch wide. They form the legs of the soap dish.
Step 4: Cut along the lines
In the picture below you will have a dish and two legs.
Erase the marker lines once you are happy
With the left-over material, you can make one more soap dish :)
Step 5: Hot glue the legs
Ensure proper spacing between the legs so that the dish stands properly
I have shown it with 85 g (3 oz) bar of soap
it sits nicely in the space provided
The space below allows air to circulate, drying the lower surface of the soap too