glycerine sweating

by Ernestine Farr

If you put melt n pour soap into the refrigerator to cool it - you will almost always get glycerine sweating. You should let the soap cool at room temperature, unmold and then wrap in saran wrap or other air tight wrapping.

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Sep 28, 2016

by: Tracy

Thank you so much for sharing. I have changed the page.

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