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Soap Paper Recipe

Yield: 10 Tins  |  Est. Time: 1/2 Hour  |  Level: Easy

About This Recipe:

If you've ever needed a quick cleaning session during activities like hiking, camping, and of course, traveling on a road trip or by plane, these are great to have around! Use one piece of soap paper with some water and you can wash your hands anywhere! This kit makes 10 tins with 14 pieces each.

Recipe Ingredients:

Measure ingredients with a scale or precise measuring tool.

Equipment From Home:
• (1) Microwave-Safe Measuring Cup
• (1) Spoon or Spatula
• (1) Microwave
• (1) Paint Brush/Foam Brush
• (1) 1 Each Scale - Digital Display (Professional)
Recipe Disclaimer:

We are not responsible for the products you create 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 and workspace.
  1. Print provided gridlines (templates available on kit page under SDS & Documents) on 2 sheets of Embed Paper. This is only a suggestion; you can leave the paper plain, use one of the templates provided or make your one designs to print.  The soap paper when finished will be cut into 1.7” x 0.7” pieces.
  2. Prepare Embed Paper for hanging (See notes below**)
  3. Cut and measure out 4 oz of MP soap base in a microwavable safe container.
  4. Melt soap in microwave until melted (30 second increments recommended).
  5. Measure out 0.2 oz of essential oil and add to melted soap. Mix until blended well.
  6. Using a sheet pan or wax paper on counter, place one sheet of Embed Paper down.
  7. Pour approximately 1 oz of the soap on one side of the paper and spread evenly with a paint brush to coat the sheet (or pour at end of sheet and paint up). We found a foam brush works best.
  8. Carefully, pull up the paper by the attached clips or hanger and flip over. Pour another 1 oz of soap and spread to coat the backside of paper.
  9. Carefully pull up the paper again and hang where desired with the hanger or hang on the prepared dowels/skewers.
  10. Repeat the process with the other sheet, coating each side with approximately 1 oz of soap.
  11. Allow to dry completely (recommended overnight).
  12. Once dry, carefully clean up any excess soap around edges and cut into 1.7” x 0.7” pieces (cut along gridlines if template was used).
  13. Place 12-14 pieces (depends on thickness of soap) in a slide tin and label accordingly.
To Use: Take one piece and add water, then lather with hands.

**Options to hang sheets:
  • Hanger (2) with Clothes Pins (4)
    • Using the clothes pins (two for each sheet), clip the sheet to the hanger at the top of paper (only use about 1 inch or above the thick line if gridlines printed).
    • Once paper is coated use the hanger to hang to dry.
  • Hanger (2) with tape
    • Tape the top of paper sheet to the bottom of hanger (only use about 1 inch or above the thick line if gridlines printed)
    • Once paper is coated use the hanger to hang to dry.
  • Binder Clips (4) with Wood Dowels/Skewers (2)
    • Place two clips on top of each sheet (only use about 1 inch or above the thick line if gridlines printed) about 5-6 inches apart. 
    • Place the two wood dowels/skewers (or other similar objects) about 5-6 inches apart on a table, counter, shelf, or other surface. Move the dowels/skewers so there are partially hanging off surface and secure by placing a heavier object on top.
    • Once paper is coated hang the sheet with the binder clip hooks on the two dowels/skewers to dry.

Ingredient Label: Sorbitol, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Stearic Acid, Lauric Acid, Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Glycerin, Essential Oil

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