Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Rose! I will be contacting you personally to help find out why your soap may be discoloring. The type of mold that you are using does not cause soda ash. If it is indeed soda ash, it is usually caused by temperature fluctuations. Spraying your soap with 99% isopropyl alcohol is a great way to prevent soda ash, and steaming your soap is a great way to remove it! You may find this blog post,
Explaining and Preventing Soda Ash, helpful. Look out for my email, I would love to see pictures of the discoloration you're experiencing.
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