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CP Cupcakes and ash ??


Oceangazer1
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To prevent ash, I have covered the surface of my soap with plastic wrap (before I cover for gelling). Barbara Al (spelling?) suggested spraying the exposed surface with 99% isopropyl alcohol. I tried it and so far it seems to work. 99% isopropyl is available at my local supermarket.

Susan

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Dosen't the spritzing kind of make it look sort of glazed? I have read some suggestions that soaping temps are to blame for ash (too cool or too warm) but it seems that the products on some of the videos don't have a gel appearance. It seems they are using goat milk in a hard oil heavy recipe and are using additives as they work with the soap to get the desired results. Do most customers buy these soaps for decoration and or gifts and not for actual use?

Steve

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