Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

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When making soap, I've seen many people cut off the ends with the rounded corners to make the bars uniform. What can you do with the scrap soap?

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I assume you mean little stringy bits that are shaved off the edges with a vegetable peeler? If so, we add a little bit of water to it and roll it into soap balls. It doesn't take much water at all to make the bits stick together.

The small shavings can be throw them in the blender, and used in your laundry power mix.  If you mean larger end slivers, you can collect them and put them together to sell as sample or travel packs - we used to do that and they are super easy to sell. We use acrylic molds now, and no longer need to cut off the ends. Yay!

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