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from our supplies. You alone are responsible for product and recipe
testing to ensure compatibility and safety.
- 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.
- Line up your 16 clamshells so they are ready when you pour the soap.
- Weigh 2 oz. of white soap. Place in glass cup or bowl. Microwave for about 20 seconds or until completely melted.
- Using a plastic dropper, squeeze soap up into dropper and fill each snowflake with melted soap. This works best when soap is fairly hot so it will be thinner. Pipe in the soap as thick as possible so the background color doesn't show through.
- After filling each snowflake with soap, spritz with alcohol to remove any surface bubbles.
- Continue until all snowflakes have been filled. If melted soap starts to harden, just pop back in microwave for a few seconds to remelt.
- To keep dropper from hardening while filling, place in cup of warm water. When ready to start filling again, just squeeze out water and refill with melted soap. Be sure all air bubbles have been pushed out.
- For next layer, remove entire 2 lb. slab of extra clear soap from plastic tray.
- Cut soap into chunks and place in large glass bowl. Place in microwave and heat for about 2-3 minutes or until completely melted.
- Add 1 oz. or 2 Tablespoons of Jack Frost Type fragrance oil. Gently stir with spoon.
- Add 1/4 teaspoon of Sparkle Blue Mica powder to melted soap and stir. You may want to use a wire whisk to be sure all the powder has dissolved.
- Spritz the white snowflakes with alcohol. This will ensure the blue layer of soap sticks to the snowflake.
- Carefully pour the blue soap into the clamshells. Spritz tops with alcohol after each one to remove bubbles.
- If soap starts to get a "skin" on the top, place bowl back into microwave and heat until soap is completely liquid again.
- CAUTION: If reheating soap, be sure soap is not heated over 140 degrees. This may melt the white snowflake if soap is poured too hot.
- Continue until all clamshells have been filled. Let soap set until completely hardened.
- Place backs on clamshells and label accordingly.