Re: Soap inside a Loofah

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Posted by Steve ( on March 06, 2003 at 07:39:46:

In Reply to: Soap inside a Loofah posted by sharon on March 05, 2003 at 20:15:52:

: I am trying to make gylcerin soap and then pouring it inside a loofah. I need some suggestions on what to put around the loofah so the soap won't leak out. Any Suggestions would be greatly appreceated..

: Thanks

Here is one way to do it. Go to Lowes or Home Depot and buy a piece of PVC pipe that is about the same diameter as the loofah. It can be a tight fit. Get a cap for one end. Cut the PVC the length that you need. Grease the inside of the PVC, slide the loofah in, pour the melted Glycerine soap into the mold and let it cool. You can put it in the freezer to speed the process. To get the soap out of the PVC you can run the mold under hot water until the soap slides out. Slice it into pieces and your are ready to go. Hope this helps.


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