When you use glycerine soap until it is a small piece, it is common to simply toss the piece away and use a new bar of soap. Instead of throwing away the used soaps, you can make a new bar of soap out of the old pieces. It is important to make the new soap using used glycerine-based soap, which can be recycled successfully without separating or congealing. You can even add in your favourite fragrance oil to scent the new bar of soap as you prefer.
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Things you need
- Old glycerine soap bars
- 2 tsp essential oil
- Paring knife
- Large coffee can
- Wooden spoon
- Soap moulds
Cut old glycerine-based soap bars into 1/2-inch pieces using a paring knife. Catch the shavings into a large tin coffee can.
Place the can into a pot, and fill the pot with water.
Heat the pot until the soap melts completely.
Pour two tsp essential oil into the melted soap, and stir the mixture well with a wooden spoon.
Pour the melted, scented soap into soap moulds, and allow the soaps to cool completely before popping them out of the moulds.
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