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dcroome2005
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Yep, I never line any of my loaf/log molds. BUT, I make sure that they have a little "give" to them so that I can push the soap out. ;)

That's why I mostly use the plastic drawer organizers for the M&P soap logs/loafs, so I can pull the sides out slightly and push on the bottom slightly to get the soap out.

I want a wavy cutter sooooooo bad!!! :D

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I got a wavy cutter and a regular straight cutter. Just poured my first loaf one so we will see how it goes LOL Tomorrow, I will try a layered and chunk one maybe.. About to already run out of soap base again LOL geesh.. All these samples are making my soap base run out.. But hey, I am hooked and loving it. Why is it that I can make about 20 different soaps to the time it takes me to do everything I need to do to make 1 votive?? lmfao

Christina

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Loaf pans are cheaper at the grocery or at Walmart. I found a really cute 1.5 lb stainless steel loaf pan at The Kitchen Collection in Shreveport for next to nothing that I really like for test batches. I also love my target drawer organizer for MP. I do have to line it though, but that takes all of about 5 minutes.

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