Did you mean: soup lard

Results 1 - 10 of 17 for soap lard

Result Page: 1  2   Next

Dissolve lye in ... cool. Pour into a tub or pan which has been dipped in cold water. When soap is hard, cut into desired shapes and store in dry place.

Put water in ... Slowly add melted lard and continue stirring. ... into dampened cloth lined cardboard box and let harden. The following day cut in pieces.

Use extreme caution ... pour into molds and cut when cool. It should dry for several months to cure. This is good hand soap or laundry and is biodegradable.

Mix and beat together until thick. Add bluing for color. Good for poison Ivy or Oak.

Slowly add lye ... cool. I use 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.

Mix together in ... pouring in the soap mixture, cover with ... add the remaining ingredients also. Use a well-ventilated room or make this soap outdoors.

Put in enamel pan or iron kettle. Add cold water in vessel. Stir lye in water until dissolved and water is clear. Then stir in grease until thick ...

Boil until clear. Then add 4 tablespoons of turpentine. Then boil well.

Boil until clear. Then add 4 tablespoons of turpentine. Then boil well.

Dissolve lye in ... and then the soap can be removed ... the lye mixture and avoid getting any of it on the skin or in the eyes. Keep away from children!

Result Page: 1  2   Next


  top of page



COOKS.COM - COOKING, RECIPES AND MORE
COPYRIGHT © 2014 The FOURnet Information Network | Privacy | TalkFood