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Love the blue

Love the blue, but having trouble with dark blue spots at bottom of mold (using in MP soap). I mixed with alcohol first, then poured into soap, then stirred for sometime until it seemed to be a even color. When I unmolded the soap there were dark spots of blue at the top of the soap. Actually kind of like the look, but it wasn't what I was trying for. Also based on others comments, i am concerned it may dye washclothes. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Michelle B
Beautiful color in CP

I use this in CP to make a range of blue hues (depending upon how much titanium dioxide I include). I detect a very subtle odor, but I would not have noticed it if I didn't just specifically check. Great colorant, well behaved. One of my favs.

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Great product

Works well in CP soap. Dissolves in water very easily. Definitely has absolutely no scent as mentioned by previous reviewers.

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Smells Horrible

I should have read the reviews before using this color. Great color, horrible smell. I'm kicking myself because I usually always read reviews, ect. before purchasing or using. Now I have to make customers special order again because the whole batch is ruined. I think Brambleberry should put in the description the issue with smell

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Barbara! I'm sorry you had that experience! Our Ultramarine Blue Pigment is a natural ultramarine which can definitely have a sulfur smell. We've found that when used in a scented soap the smell is easily covered. We have updated the product description as you mentioned to reflect that!

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LOVE it, and no smell!

So i read reviews that it smelled like a sulfur deposit. the first thing i did when i got it was open it up and smell it, nothing. when i added it to my soap also no smell but i really put in tons of fragrance oil. It gave the soap such a pretty denim blue color I LOVE it i used maybe a 1/4 tsp for a pound of soap to swirl it with the natural ivory white of the rest of the soap batter its so pretty!