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Soapy Clean: This fragrance was one of our best sellers in 2003. It's a clean, unisex scent that smells just like fresh laundry or very close to the ultra-pricey 'Clean' fragrance. This fragrance lasts wonderfully in cold process soap and does not mutate, discolor or fade. It's a wonderful neutral fragrance that smells like you've just taken shower and are all squeaky clean. Many customers have told us this smells like "Tone" soap as well!

NOTE: This fragrance does accelerate trace in cold process soaps.

Vanilla Content: .9%

Flashpoint: 200ºF +

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Average Rating:
(based on 15 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 15 Reviews:

on 5/24/2015
Moves Fast!
I've had this fragrance for awhile now, decided to use it today. Wish I'd have re-read the part that says "NOTE: This fragrance does accelerate trace in cold process soaps". I soap room temperature and it moved pretty fast. I think it smells more like baby powder. Husband loves the fragrance, me...I hope it mellows out some.
by Michaela
on 12/16/2014
Love this scent!
I was looking for a nice clean soap smell for my husband. This was perfect scent that he was looking for, not just for men though. It smells very fresh, clean and like a traditional soap. It does excel trace quickly, but I was prepared and didn't have any problems.
by Casandra
on 8/8/2014
exp no problems
Love this fragrance, bf says thinks it smells like a cross between dial and irish spring.. I don't think it accelerated my trace, but I did not premelt any of my hard oils.. lard, tallow, coconut, and pomace olive oil used. Added no color since I was going for a natural look. Have in the mold and now playing the wait and see game
by Gina
on 7/14/2014
Nice But Moves Fast
Wow, this FO moves very fast, but I planned for that, and it is PERFECT for a tilted pour or layers. You don't need to make separate batches for a tilted pour since it sets up so fast, so it works perfectly for these techniques. That assumes you're dividing your batch at trace, coloring each portion and then stirring in the FO immediately before pouring each color. It is very strong, and I used about 0.8 ounces per pound the first time and that was way more than enough. The second, I used 0.5 ounces and even that is pretty strong. So it can be economical since you don't have to use much, and it sticks extremely well. It did discolor very very slightly, so if you want white, use plenty of titanium dioxide and it will be perfect. Overall, it's a good FO, but work fast or plan a cool layered design.
by Tara
on 5/17/2014
love the scent
I didn't have any issues with acceleration or ricing of my product - but I tend to add 1-2 ounces more water than needed when I read that a FO or EO will accelerate and it usually solves that issue. My CP soap turned out beautifully (I didn't color it as I made it to use in my homemade laundry detergent). My kids love the fragrance as well.
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