The Complete Soapmaker

The Complete Soapmaker

Tips, Techniques & Recipes for Luxurious Handmade Soaps

Book - 1996
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Olive-oil castile soap, cucumber soap, kiwi bars, clove soap...make beautifully molded and delightfully fragrant soaps, luxurious gifts for yourself and friends, from the more than 60 recipes in this lusciously illustrated book -- from hand-milled herbal, fruit, and vegetable soaps to translucent bars, gels, and shampoos. Everything you need to know to dive into soapmaking, a centuries-old craft that's become a fun, economical at-home hobby.
Publisher: New York : Sterling Pub., c1996.
ISBN: 9780806948683
080694868X
Characteristics: 128 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm.
Alternative Title: Soapmaker.

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Jun 05, 2014

After having excellent success with the techniques from other soap books (see Susan Cavitch Miller for example) I was disappointed with the results from this book - 2 things stood out as poor ideas: 1. adding water to dry lye to make the lye solution - EVERY other book or internet site I consulted said add the lye TO the water. 2. Rebatching (a technique extolled by this author) did not produce a superior product and was not easy at all to do. I made 2 recipes (Plain White and Olive) which produced fine soap but as the purpose was to rebatch them, I ended up with a product that was not better after wasting time and getting frustrated. My advice is to try a small portion of the recipe to see if you like it before committing to a whole batch.

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