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I'm a naked soap kind of girl....but man...my salt soap crumbles here & there...so I wrapped it in tissue paper.

Well holy wetness batman! Does everyone's salt soap sweat so badly? What's the key to packaging these suckers!?

Mine are still in air-conditioning, so no sweat here. I've got a feeling that temp and humidity have a lot to do with it. Maybe make a soap sack with a wash cloth?

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I loves me salt bars. I only have sweating issues during the first few weeks of cure, or over the summer when it's really humid, otherwise they might only be silightly damp.

I try to wrap at the last minute possible and first wrap with wax paper and then tissue, or my preferred method, wax paper and into a box for an extra chi-chi look. The wax paper handles the slight dampness well and still looks good by the time it reaches the end user.

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My salt bars sweat only if their out in open, humid air. Seems as if there's 90% chance of rain that day then that's about the only time they sweat. I wrap them up in paper labels and then place clear tape over both sides. That seems to help too, to keep the labels fresh and let them still breathe.

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