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If you want some reeeeaaallly long soap curls, what I used to do was pour a thin layer of MP in a silicone brownie pan. I would let it set up and when it was still warm but firm, remove from the brownie pan onto freezer paper and cut into strips. Then I would roll the strips manually into nice long soap curls! There's probably an easier way but nothing I ever do is easy! LOL

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If you want some reeeeaaallly long soap curls, what I used to do was pour a thin layer of MP in a silicone brownie pan. I would let it set up and when it was still warm but firm, remove from the brownie pan onto freezer paper and cut into strips. Then I would roll the strips manually into nice long soap curls! There's probably an easier way but nothing I ever do is easy! LOL

I was going to suggest something like this also... I've seen this demo'ed on line. I've never done it. Worth a shot for really long curls.

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That's what I did last year when I made some m&p soap with red curls in it--called it peppermint twist.

If you want some reeeeaaallly long soap curls, what I used to do was pour a thin layer of MP in a silicone brownie pan. I would let it set up and when it was still warm but firm, remove from the brownie pan onto freezer paper and cut into strips. Then I would roll the strips manually into nice long soap curls! There's probably an easier way but nothing I ever do is easy! LOL
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