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Dissolve lye in hot water, ... 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.
Pour lye in pan, add ... cool. Then add Borax and ammonia, then ... and let set, but stir occasionally until consistency of honey. Then pour in containers.
Pour lye into cold water. ... chopper. Add oats, Borax, glycerin. Stir ... enough to cut without running together, cut into cakes. It will harden and dry out.
First step in making soap from waste fat ... solidified grease. Add borax and ammonia and sugar to grease before adding lye water. Have your ... No oils or suet.
Dissolve lye in cold water. ... dishpan to mix soap in. Add borax and stir until ... added as soon as the fat has been stirred in. Barnstompin' "Rebels"
Mix together in ... pouring in the soap mixture, cover with ... NOTE: When mixing lye and water, be ... well-ventilated room or make this soap outdoors.
Boil about 2 hours. Pour into pans and let harden well before cutting into bars (use cracklings).
Measure rain water ... time until dissolved: lye, Borax and sugar. Continue ... the size of soap bars or glass ... paper. Let stand one week before using.
Dissolve the lye in the cold ... fumes.) Add the borax, this whitens the soap and adds extra ... white and grnular and easy to handle for all household uses.
Stir together and let set 1 hour. Add: 1/2 c. ammonia Stir until thick, 20 minutes. Let set overnight. Cut into bars.
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