Published On: 08-20-2014 09:35am
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Category: Handmade Soap Information and Tutorials
By normasbathandbody on 08/07/2014 @ 03:59pmGreat Job Bonnie!
By Soapsmith on 06/03/2014 @ 03:30pmSure, you could put a soap wrapped with the stretch wrap and pop that into a muslin bag. You could find a neat stamp of a jolly roger, pirate ship, or pirate chest to stamp the muslin bag. Or maybe some toy pirate coins in the bag, too. Cute! When I do the glycerin soaps for weddings, showers and party favors I put the AEP wrapped soaps into the organza bags. They work fine.
By Guest on 06/03/2014 @ 02:51pmcould you take the soap wrapped AEP and then put it in a muslin bag? I am wanting to make this as gifts and I want something that looks piratety (is that even a word?)
By Soapsmith on 05/28/2014 @ 09:50amThe AEP wrap is a stretch plastic wrap. It is similar to saran wrap type of products but it stretches. AEP is the company that developed it. If you find any food safe stretch wrap, it should work fine. The key is to have the stretch. You can google AEP stretch wrap and find many sources. I get mine at restaurant supply stores or Sam's Club. I do not use any plastic, stretch or shrink wrap on my cold process soap, just the glycerin soaps. I only use the muslin bags for my CP soap. Hope that helps.
By Guest on 05/28/2014 @ 08:25amwhat does AEP mean for the plastic wrap for glycerine soap? Is this a brand?
By Soapsmith on 07/16/2013 @ 05:20amHi, I do get mine on line. I use packcoinc.com. I buy them 1000 at a time but they sell them in 100 pack sizes. They have the best prices, but you can always check around. The last time I got them they were 15 cents each including shipping. They are called "muslin parts bags" Just note that the sizes are a little smaller than the measurements. I use the 4 X 6 inch but they are more like 3.5 X 5.5.
By Guest on 03/18/2013 @ 05:10pmThank you for your certain information. you are very good and i like your instruccions. ADA
By Soapsmith on 12/31/2012 @ 10:47amThe cold process soaps are shown in the first photo, they are wrapped with cotton muslin bags and hang tags. The AEP stretch wrap is MP soap. I never wrap my Cold Process with anything but the natural cotton muslin bags. Hope that helps.
By Guest on 12/31/2012 @ 09:31amIs this more more melt and pour soaps? I thought cold processed soaps need to "breathe".
By Guest on 12/19/2012 @ 09:39pmHi!! Thanks for all the info!! and Blessing and much success for your busi
By Guest on 07/22/2012 @ 03:27pmLove your instructions. I want to try the gemstone soap rocks and saw that tutorial as well. I just love the way you explain things; very easy to understand. I've never made soaps before but want to get started and you really inspired me. Thanks so much. Tatiana
By Soapsmith on 07/01/2012 @ 03:21pmSure, I will email the pics.
By Guest on 07/01/2012 @ 04:52amThank you so much for posting this information. I am unfortunately unable to pull up the pictures. I am just beginning to try and sell my cold process handmade soaps. I wish I could see the picture of yours. If you don't mind emailing me a picture of it, I sure would appreciate it. My email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you so much!