These bases are traditionally used for hand-milled recipes. They are sized in approximately one-pound bricks. If you want to use Norma Cooney's recipes from The Complete Soapmaker, or make Marie Browning's Beautiful Handmade Natural Soaps, you will want to use these bases. NOTE: We suggest you use Bramble Berry's water recommendations with the recipes in either of these books. We have found the water usage in their recipes results in soaps that come out a bit thin and liquidy.
Because of their unique handcrafted nature these bases are sold "deli" style. We will get as close to the pound increment you order as possible.
View alternative recipes and techniques here.
See step-by-step tutorials on the double boiler method here and the boil in a plastic baggie method here.
Rebatch Soap Making Kit: Try your hand at rebatch soapmaking with our handy kit featuring our favorite rebatch bases.
Once you try our grated rebatch base you will never go back! Make all natural hand milled soap with our rebatch base
Once you try our grated rebatch base you will never go back! Make all natural hand milled soap with our rebatch base...click to read more
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