Other Ingredients & Equipment You'll Need:
Begin by cleaning and sanitizing your work area and all of your spoons and bowls. We suggested you wear gloves, a protective apron, and a hair net while making this soap recipe.
Step 1: Begin by creating the white portion of your soap. Weigh out 865 grams of Shea Butter Melt and Pour Soap. Using a microwave, melt the base in 30 second bursts.
Step 2: Once melted, add 43 grams Country Garden Fragrance Oil. Stir well to incorporate.
Step 3: Now, you will need two of the basic rectangle soap molds. Pour the melted base into the rectangle soap molds. Once you have poured the soap, mist the soap with rubbing alcohol to remove any air bubbles. Allow these to set up before removing them from the molds.
Step 4: Next, place a piece of freezer paper on your table, or work area. Remove the soap from the molds, placing them on the paper.
Step 5: Prepare your colored soap. You will need six small bowls. Place 95 grams of shea butter melt and pour base in each bowl. Melt the soap base and add 4 grams of Country Garden Fragrance Oil. Mix well. Then, use the guide below to add color.
Bowl 1: FUN Soap Colorant Neon Pink- 6 drops
Bowl 2: FUN Soap Colorant Neon Blue- 8 drops
Bowl 3: FUN Soap Colorant Neon Green- 3 drops
Bowl 4: FUN Soap Colorant Neon Yellow- 5 drops
Bowl 5: FUN Soap Colorant Neon Orange- 10 drops
Bowl 6: FUN Soap Colorant Ultramarine Violet- 9 drops
Step 6: Spray your white bases with rubbing alcohol. This will help the colored soap adhere to your bars.
Step 7: For the graffiti portion you will want to use one color at a time. Use a spoon to splatter your soap bases with the first color. Then, spray the soap with rubbing alcohol so the next layer will adhere. You do not need to use all of this color at this time. You can save some of it for another layer.
Step 8: Repeat step seven until you have used all of the colors and are happy with your results.
Step 9: Once your soap sets up remove it from the freezer paper. Your Graffiti Melt and Pour Soap is now ready to use! Enjoy!
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