History Ancient Middle East Box for Amigo del Obrero Worker's Friend soap from the 20th century, part of the Museo del Objeto del Objeto collection The earliest recorded evidence of the production of soap-like materials dates back to around BC in ancient Babylon. The Ebers papyrus Egypt, BC indicates the ancient Egyptians bathed regularly and combined animal and vegetable oils with alkaline salts to create a soap-like substance. Egyptian documents mention a similar substance was used in the preparation of wool for weaving. It first appears in Pliny the Elder 's account.
Because most people have turned to liquid soap rather than bar soap I figured there must be a way to convert the cheap bar soap into the expensive liquid soap we all know and love.
After I tucked the littles into bed I began my google research and there it was I combined a number of "recipes" into one that works perfect! Cheese grater from the dollar store 2 Tablespoons of Liquid Glycerin found in the band aid section at any drugstore or grocery store 1 - 8 oz bar of soap 1 gallon of water Step 1: Grate the entire bar of soap Get a cute little girl to help you do the hard work.
Fill a pot with 1 gallon of distilled water and add the soap shavings. Leave it alone to cool for at least hours.
It begins to cloud up after hours. After it has cooled completely around 12 hours later it will harden and look like liquid soap. If the soap is harder than it should be you can take some beaters and blend it while adding just a little bit of water until the consistency is more like liquid soap.
There you have it This is a fool proof project that results in huge savings. For my favorite Mrs.
The hardest part about this project might be finding and choosing your favorite bar of soap. It can be ordered on their website or your can special order at your local health food store.
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