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To every box of lye, take 1/2 gallon of water and five pounds of any kind of soap grease and cook until done. If it will not mix add more water.
Pour lye in pan, add ... ammonia, then slowly pour in kitchen grease and let set, but stir occasionally until consistency of honey. Then pour in containers.
Put in enamel ... in vessel. Stir lye in water until ... stir in grease until thick like molasses. Pour in shallow pan and let set overnight or until firm.
Slowly add lye to water in ... a 13-quart stainless steel mixing bowl to stir my soap in. The heat from the lye may cause a crock or glass bowl to break.
First step in making soap from waste fat ... grease before adding lye water. Have your ... stir too long. NOTE: The grease has to be pure. No oils or suet.
Mix to dissolve lye. Add 1/2 ... lye slowly. Add 10 cents worth of sassafras and it is ready to mold. Let stand for 2 or 3 days before taking out of mold.
Strain fat into ... enamel pan. Add lye, ammonia and ... wet cloth. Pour soap into mold. Cut ... 10 to 12 days but is best if left to stand about 6 weeks.
Dissolve the lye in the hot ... stirring until cool. Pour into boxes that have been dipped in cold water. Cut in desired size of squares when cold and set.
Mix and beat together until thick. Add bluing for color. Good for poison Ivy or Oak.
Mix water and lye together. Stir and ... it begins to harden, cut into squares. This is good to take out grease spots, clean hands, or scrub the bathroom.
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