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Absolutely terrific! I used some old ivory soap bars, and followed the directions exactly. What a really nice method, and certainly one heck of a lot cheaper then buy Liquid Soap. Thank you so much for posting!
I also used a glycerin soap. I never used to buy liquid hand soap because I couldn't afford my boys wasting it, but now I can make it and they can begin to learn to use only what they need without throwing many dollars' worth of soap down the drain. Thanks for posting!
I did this with a glycerin bar of soap and it worked great. Thanks!
This worked out very well! I used a cucumber scented vegan soap from www.sappohill.com (made in Oregon product). The mixture thickened slightly once it cooled. I figured the total cost for 3 cups of soap at about 40 cents. Cheap! Thanks for posting.
nice easy and CHEAP (for me)recipe for liquid hand soap.. works wonderul and I had tons of little samle bars so it was FREE for me..thanks for sharing this..I will be making more SOON
I tried this using one of the many soap-free cleansing bars I have on hand. While the result does a great job cleansing, it didn't thicken and is way too thin to be satisfactory. I am going to try it using half the water. Again, I had problems because I used a soap-free bar. Use soap and you'll be fine.
This came out very well. A good way to use up any of those small soaps you get in gift baskets that are a bit too small for the shower. It does help to let this cool completely, so that it can thicken properly before adding to the dispenser. Thanks for the posting!
This is how I make liquid soap when I run out of it;) A very nice recipe, easy and a good clone of the real liquid soap!