RE: Terri

tina_2May 10, 2006

Thank you Terri, for the information.It's nice to know that there is someone, to help us ''newbies'' out. I think -I added too much liquid. It is still soft, in the mold & I can see little particles of the color chip. I just read, that it's possible to put 2- soap bases together. Do you think, I might wind up doing that? I have a plain unscented, no color base that I could use. What should I do?

Please, tell me your ideas on this situation.

Thank you, so much. I really, appreciate your help. Tina_2

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Well Tina, I can only do research and ask my friends, because I don't do soap.
I'm thinking if it were me, I'd pour it into a crock pot and cook it on low for awhile. You might be able to get the color chips incorporated by melting and burn off some of the liquid as well.
I wouldn't add another base to it just incase it doesn't do anything to help you.

And I'm sorry it's been so long since I checked in.
Busy life.

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