Homemade liquid soap
How to make liquid soap in just 3.5 hours
Warning! Only under adult supervision.
- glass container with lid;
- 1 tbsp glycerin;
- 1 liter (1 ¾ pt.) boiling water;
- empty storage container with dispenser;
- ordinary bar soap.
Grate some bar soap. Mix in a glass container: 2 tbsp grated bar soap, 1 tbsp glycerin, and 1 liter (1¾ pint) boiling water. Cover and let sit in a cool place for 3 hours. Transfer to a clean storage vessel with a dispenser – and your liquid soap is ready!
Soaps, solid or liquid, are processed products of various fats. Soaps are mainly composed of sodium salts of fatty acids, such as stearic acid. The antimicrobial activity of soap is primarily associated with its cleansing properties, mainly the fact that grease and dirt are washed off the hands, and microorganisms with them.
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