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Make EASY Super Soap From OilView Instructable »
I usually start with one ounce of oil per batch and adjust on the next batch. The oils are VERY potent and if you add to much you'll be bleeding out of the eyes for a while. If the oils are for therapeutic purposes, they will still do a fine job at lower levels. Go get'em!
Dilute NaOH is dangerous, but it isn't Lava. A splash on the skin will not even leave a mark if sprayed with vinegar as stated (I have plenty of personal experience in this area). The NaOH will damage eyes, so making sure that goggles are on is a must. Also, if the Lye is mixed in the quantities listed, the reactive heat will get to the area of 150-180 degF. Any plastic cup that is dishwasher safe will be fine in this situation. Don't get me wrong, I am all for Safety. I just want to avoid scaring potential Makers. Hope this helps.
Congratulations! Nicely done!
Go ahead and move this one to the top. It's high return factor on the time spent. Go get'um!
Here is a great site with step by step instructions. Enjoy https://www.organic-beauty-recipes.com/top-3-goat-...
On hot process soap like this, the heat from the cooking accelerates the reaction to a few hours. So yes, you are good to go when cooled. Enjoy!
Stick with food grade vinegar and you will be fine.
Hope this helps�https://www.modernsoapmaking.com/creamy-hot-process-goats-milk-soap/
Really Easy Crock Pot Super Soap
Amazingly Good Slow Cooker SoapView Instructable »