Published On: 11-09-2011 02:05pm
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Category: Handmade Soap Information and Tutorials
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: email@example.com Thank you so much!