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  • Sandra Schlegel

    How to Make Liquid Hand Soap from Bar Soap - from The Farmer's Nest. Great money saving idea! Here's what you need: -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. Step 2: Fill a pot with 1 gallon of water and add the soap shavings. Step 3: Add 2 Tablespoons of liquid glycerin and turn the heat to medium/high and stir until the soap dissolves. Step 4: This is what it looks like once it's dissolved, basically just soapy water. Step 5: Leave it alone to cool for at least 10-12 hours. It begins to cloud up after 3-4 hours. Step 6: After it has cooled completely around 12 hours later it will harden and look like liquid soap. Step 7: 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.

  • Audrey Clark

    Foolproof project that results in huge savings - my favorite Mrs. Meyer's Basil scented soap. 1 bar at $4.99 produces over 50 dollars worth of liquid hand soap! bar soap into liquid soap!

  • Lauren Huffman

    Easy homemade hand soap recipe - Fifty dollars worth of soap for $4.99!

  • Mandy Dowdy

    DIY liquid hand soap recipe (can be made from any bar soap!) i have TONS of bar soap just waiting to be made into hand wash.

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