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Homemade Soap Recipes

| Liquid/Gel Soap | Vanilla & Almond Soap | Coconut & Olive Soap |Peaches & Cream Bath Bar | Cinnamon Soap |
| Mechanic’s Hand Cleanser | Recycle Soap Ideas |

Liquid / Gel Soap 

  • 2 cups soap flakes or grated bar soap
  • 1/2 gallon water
  • 2 tbsp glycerin

Mix ingredients together in a large pot or dutch oven. Set over low heat, stirring occasionally until the soap has dissolved. Transfer to a jar and cover tightly. For a less thick gel soap, use 1 gallon of water.Vanilla and Almond Soap

This soap is great for removing dirt and oil from the skin without drying. Vanilla gives it a delicious fragrance and the ground almonds provide a beautifully textured soap. (Makes one bar.)

 

  • 1/3 cup whole almonds
  • 1 4-ounce bar Castile soap
  • 1/4 cup distilled water
  • 1 tablespoon almond oil
  • 1/8 teaspoon vanilla fragrance oil

Grind the almonds to a fine powder in a food processor or coffee grinder and set aside. Shred the soap and set aside. In a heavy saucepan bring the water to a boil; then reduce heat to a simmer; Remove the pan from the heat and add the almond powder, almond oil, and vanilla fragrance oil, stirring until well blended. Spoon the soap into a mold and let set for five hours or until hardened… 


Coconut & Olive SoapThis recipe has been revised by Christin Ocasio, Owner, Wyndham Soapworks. See her notes in sidebar.

 

  • 1 cup olive oil
  • 1 cup coconut oil
  • 1 cup melted tallow (animal fat)
  • 2 tbsp lye (heaping) (*NOTE)
  • 1/2 cup cold soft water

has been changed to:

  • 8 oz weight olive oil
  • 8 oz weight coconut oil
  • 8 oz weight rendered tallow
  • 3.49 oz weight sodium hydroxide (pure lye) Red Devil brand 100% lye (*NOTE)
  • 9 fluid oz water

While wearing safety goggles and neoprene gloves, combine solid lye and liquid, stir well. Set aside and allow to cool (100° F to 125° F). This is best done outside while you are standing upwind.Combine oils and heat gently. Once the fats and oils are melted allow the temperature to drop to 100° F to 125° F.

Combine lye solution and melted oils. Be careful not to splash while combining the mixtures. Stir until the mixture traces. If tracing takes more than 15 minutes, which it often does, stir for the first 15 minutes, then stir for 5 minutes at 15 minute intervals. Tracing looks like a slightly thickened custard, not instant pudding but a cooked custard. It will support a drop, or your stir marks for several seconds. Once tracing occurs…

Pour raw soap into your prepared molds. After a few days the soap can be turned out of the mold. If the soap is very soft, allow it to cure for a few days to firm the outside.

Cut soap into bars and set the bars out to cure and dry. This will allow the bar to firm and finish saponification. Place the bars on something that will allow them to breathe.

Note: If you don’t want to mess with tallow and lye, you can substitute shavings from any white unscented soap.

 


Peaches And Cream Bath BarMakes One Bar 1 4-ounce bar

  • Castile soap (or pure white unscented… like ivory)
  • 1/4 cup distilled water
  • 1/4 cup powdered milk
  • 1 tablespoon sweet almond oil
  • 1/8 teaspoon peach fragrance oil
  • 1 drop orange food coloring {optional}

Shred the Castile soap and set aside. Heat the water in a heavy saucepan over low heat. Stir in the shredded soap until it forms a sticky mass. Remove the pan from the heat and add the powdered milk, Sweet almond oil, Peach fragrance oil, food coloring; stir until well-blended. Spoon the soap into its mold and let set for four hours or until hardened.
From Soaps, Shampoos & Other Suds: Make Beautiful Gifts to Give (Or Keep)
(Gifts from the Home)
by Kelly Reno

 


Cinnamon Soap 

  • unscented glycerin soap
  • 10 drops cinnamon oil
  • 1 drop red food coloring {optional}

In a heavy saucepan, melt the glycerin soap over low heat until liquefied. Remove the pan from the heat and stir in the cinnamon oil and coloring until well mixed. Pour the soap into a mold and let set for three hours or until hardened. Makes One Bar 1 4-ounce bar.
From Soaps, Shampoos & Other Suds: Make Beautiful Gifts to Give (Or Keep)
(Gifts from the Home)
by Kelly Reno

 


Mechanic’s Hand CleanserGrind up a bar or two of your soap…

  • 1 c. borax
  • 1-2 t. pure turpentine
  • 1 t. sweet orange essential oil
  • 1 c. ground soap

With very clean hands, work the turpentine and essential oil into the borax until there are no lumps left, then work into the soap. Keep it in a wide-mouthed jar or tin that’s easy for him to open when his hands are greasy, and which you won’t mind getting black on the outside. Don’t forget to put a nail brush and pumice stone out with the hand cleanser.

Recycle old soap!
Here are several ideas for re-using those little bits of leftover soap:
* Use as tailor’s chalk – mark darts and hems on washable fabric
* Make bubble bath – shave and crumble and add to bath
* Make new soap cakes – get them wet and stick them together to make a new bar!
* Make shower soap – Put slivers and pieces into the toe of some old pantyhose. Tie a knot in the nylon just above the toe, and another at about the knee. Hang in the shower.
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Comments on: "Cara membuat sabun sendiri di rumah" (3)

  1. Pak Paulus salam kenal kalau sempat mohon formula pelitur dan no telp bapak

  2. Dear Paulus , can you teach us how to make wood bleach for plain wood , from Malaysia .

    • Dear Jimmy,

      We can bleach plain wood in several procedure..

      1. Dissolve 500 gr of oxalic acid crystals into 4 litre of hot water. Stir thoroughly until completely dissolved. Always use solution while hot, with a scrub brush. Apply liberally allowing solution to remain on surface until desired lightness has been achieved. If solution cools before job is finished, reheat solution (do not boil).Double rinse thouroughly with clean water and allow to dry.

      2. Dissolve 500 ml of hydrogen peroxide into 4 litre of hot water. Stir thoroughly until completely dissolved. With a scrub brush Apply liberally allowing solution to remain on surface until desired lightness has been achieved. Triple rinse thouroughly with clean water and allow to dry.

      3. Dissolve 250 gr of Sodium hydroxyde, 250 gr Sodium tetraborate, into 5 litre of water. Stir thoroughly until completely dissolved. Add 250 gr sodium silicate (water glass), stir until thoroughly mix. With a scrub brush, apply liberally allowing solution to remain on surface until desired lightness has been achieved. Double rinse thouroughly with clean water and allow to dry.

      etc.

      try these, good luck.

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