GROCERY STORE COLD PROCESS SOAP RECIPE
LYE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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Recipe makes approximately 3 Pounds of soap
OLIVE Oil- Pomace
Sea Salt & Lotus Blossoms Fragrance Oil
Cutter for Mitre Box - Stainless Steel
Mitre Box - Stainless Steel
Safety Glasses for Soap Making
Safety GLOVES for Soap Making- 1 pair
Safety MASK for Soap Making- 2 count
Silicone Soap Mold- 4 Loaf Molds
QUICK ORDER FUN Soap Colorants 1 oz.
These ingredients are listed by weight:
Water - 11oz (300 grams)
Lye - 4.5 oz (127 grams)
Canola Oil - 5oz (142 grams)
Crisco - 8oz (227 grams)
Olive Oil - 11 oz (312 grams)
Coconut Oil - 8oz (227 grams)
Sea Salt & Lotus Blossoms Fragrance Oil - 1.4oz (40 grams)
FUN soap colorant (optional)
Clean & Sanitize your work area and all of your packaging materials.
It is suggested that you wear gloves, protective clothing, a face
mask, safety glasses, and a hair net while preparing this recipe.
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The list is fairly short and mostly common sense. There's no way
to make it interesting, but read through it anyway. Becoming
familiar with these lye and lye/water safety precautions will make
your soap projects rewarding, not painful.
1. Lye is a caustic and poisonous so treat it with care.
2. Be careful not to inhale the dust when working and work in a
well-ventilated area. Soapmaking is easiest if you have quick
access to the stove and sink, making the kitchen the ideal work
area. Use the exhaust hood when mixing lye or mix lye outside.
3. Have adequate space to work on. Protect all work surfaces.
Lye can "redesign" your kitchen!
4. Wear protective goggles and rubber gloves, long sleeve shirts
and close fitting clothing; protect your feet, no sandals.
5. Lye corrodes metal so remove all jewelry before making soap.
6. If you accidentally get lye on your skin, flush the area with
ordinary vinegar and wash well with soap and water. (Lye will feel
slippery on skin.) Lye in the eye necessitates a visit to the
7. Do not leave the area unattended. If you're tired or short of
time, leave soapmaking for another day.
8. When mixing lye with water, always add lye to the water, not
the other way around. Pour it carefully in a steady stream.
9. Do not place bowls/pots near the edge of the counter.
10. Never reuse lye containers, stirring spoons or molds for other
11. Do not attempt to heat lye in microwave or on the stove.
12. Children and pets should be kept away from the work area until
all equipment has been cleaned and put away.
13. Let soap cure undisturbed - away from children and pets.
Lye Safety Precautions
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