- NOTE: If you are making these products for sale, good manufacturing practices recommend you wear a hairnet, gloves and a mask. We also recommend a clean apron and workspace.
- Place the small glass measuring cup on the scale and tare to zero.
- Cut up the clear soap into chunks and place 4 oz. into the measuring cup.
- Heat in the microwave for about 30 seconds or unti the soap has completely melted. Soap should reach a temperature of about 130°F.
- Cut the Matte Cobalt Blue and Matte Black Soap Color Cubes into 4 pieces each.
- Place 3 of the Cobalt Blue and 1 of the black color pieces into the melted soap. Stir until the color has completely melted in. This should create a nice navy blue color.
- Assemble the Squiggle 2" Column Silicone Soap Mold making sure all sides are firmly linked together. Place mold on a cookie sheet to give mold stability and also in case any soap might leak out.
- When the soap temperature cools down to 120°F, carefully and slowly pour the soap into the squiggle mold. Allow the soap to set up and harden for about 1 hour.
- Assemble the Round 2 3/4" Column Silicone Soap Mold making sure all sides are firmly linked together. Place mold on a cookie sheet to give mold stability and also in case any soap might leak out.
- Weigh and cut up 36 oz. of the goats milk soap base and place in the large glass measuring cup. Heat in the microwave until all the soap has melted.
- Add 1 oz. of Dancing Waters Fragrance Oil and mix well.
- ALLOW SOAP TO COOL TO 120°F BEFORE POURING. This is very important so the embed (squiggle) does not bleed into the white soap.
- Remove navy squiggle from mold and spritz entire embed well with alcohol. Place back into Round Silicone Mold.
- Carefully and slowly pour a small amount of soap into the mold - about 1/4 up the mold. Let this soap harden a little. This will help hold the embed in place when the rest of the soap is poured.
- Once soap has hardened enough so the embed does not move, pour remaining white soap into the mold. The soap may settle and need to be topped off. Use remaining soap from measuring cup to do this.
- To be sure the mold holds its round shape, you may need to place something on either side of the mold to hold the mold in place.
- Let soap harden for at least 2 - 3 hours, preferably overnight.
- Unmold soap and trim any excess from the sides.
- Place in mitre box, if available, and cut into 8 slices.
- We recommend wrapping soap with a clear saran wrap and tying with raffia to finish off your product.