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DIY Swirl Soap Tool



Creating your own hanger swirl tool is a simple and effective way to add intricate swirl patterns to your homemade soaps. The hanger swirl soap technique is a popular method among soap makers for achieving stunning visual effects. If you're looking to delve into soap swirl techniques without purchasing specialized equipment, crafting a diy hanger swirl tool from everyday items is a practical solution. This guide outlines how to construct a functional soap swirl tool, leveraging materials likely already available in your household.

Difficulty Level: Easy
- Outcome: 1 DIY Soap Swirling Tool

Time Investment
- Preparation: 5 minutes
- Assembly: 10 minutes
- Total: 15 minutes

Required Materials
- A non-coated silver metal hanger or a 24-inch length of plastic-coated clothesline wire, avoiding any coated hangers to prevent flaking in the soap.
- Two flexible drinking straws
- Scissors
- Pliers with wire cutter functionality (having an additional set of pliers may be beneficial)
- The soap mold you intend to use for sizing the tool

Step-by-Step Instructions

Step 1. Prepare the Wire: Begin by cutting the hanger on both sides to open and straighten the wire, forming the base of your hanger swirl tool for soap making.

Step 2. Adjust the Straws: Align the straws inside your mold to gauge the required length, allowing them to slightly overlap before trimming the excess, leaving about an inch protruding.

Step 3. Assemble the Straws: Interlock the cut straws by tucking one end into the other, ensuring they fit snugly within the mold and can move without hindrance.

Step 4. Combine Wire and Straws: Pry the straws apart and thread the wire through them, centering the straws along the wire. At one end of the straw-wire assembly, create a bend at the flexible part of the straw to secure it, using pliers if necessary.

Step 5. Finalize the Shape: Bend the opposite end of the wire to ensure the tool can comfortably reach both ends of the mold while maintaining free movement. It's important that the tool does not catch on the mold edges, so you may need to adjust the bends accordingly.

Step 6. Trim Excess Wire: Once satisfied with the fit and freedom of movement, cut off any excess wire from both ends to finalize your metal swirl pattern tool.

Your diy hanger swirl tool is now ready to use. Enjoy experimenting with different hanger swirl techniques to create unique patterns in your soaps. This diy approach not only saves money but also adds a personal touch to your soap-making process. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced soap maker, utilizing a hanger swirl tool in your projects can elevate the aesthetic of your homemade soaps, making each one a unique piece of art.





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