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 Dancing Funnel Soap Recipe download-recipe

Dancing Funnel Soap Recipe

Recipe makes approximately 3 pound of soap.

Ingredients Found At Natures Garden:


Total Recipe Weights:
432 grams Distilled Water 
159 grams Lye- Sodium Hydroxide 

147 grams Shea Butter
159 grams Mango Butter
171 grams Palm Oil
42 grams Castor Oil
78 grams Apricot Kernel Oil
189 grams Safflower Oil
339 grams Coconut Oil 76
60 grams Black Raspberry Vanilla Fragrance Oil
Cold Process Soap Colorants For Teal Soap:
6 grams FUN Soap Colorant Teal
Cold Process Soap Colorants For Blue Soap:
9 grams FUN Soap Colorant Ultramarine Blue
Cold Process Soap Colorants For White Soap:
 5 grams Titanium Dioxide 
(mixed with a small amount of soaping oils)
Prepare your workstation and all the materials needed before you begin. It is suggested that you wear gloves, protective clothing, a face mask, safety glasses, and a hair net while preparing this recipe.
Step 1:  Start by preparing your lye solution.  Allow it to cool to room temperature.  Note: Always add the sodium hydroxide to your water.  Never add your water to the sodium hydroxide.
Step 2:  While you are waiting for your lye water to cool down, prepare your oils.  Weigh out and melt your soaping oils.  Allow the oils to come to room temperature.
Step 3:  While waiting for the lye water and oils to cool, prepare your colorants for the CP soap.  You will need to prepare colorants as listed above.
Step 4:  Once both the lye solution and the oils have dropped to room temperature, use a stick blender to emulsify.  Then, add the Black Raspberry Vanilla Fragrance Oil.  Use a spatula to thoroughly incorporate the fragrance oil.
Step 5:  Next, separate your batter.  You will need three bowls.  Divide it equally between the three bowls.  
Step 6:  Next, add one of the colorants to each bowl.  First, add the titanium dioxide to one of the bowls.  Blend the colorant completely.  Then, add the blue colorant to the second bowl.  Once again, blend the colorant.  Finally, add the teal colorant to the third bowl and blend the colorant.
Step 7:  Add the batter to the squeeze bottles.  Fill two bottles with the white soap batter.  Then, two with the blue soap batter.  Finally, add the teal batter to two bottles.
Step 8:  Begin filling the mold.  Place your mold in front of you.  Place teal soap batter dots periodically throughout the mold.  Then, do the same with the blue.  Place white dots on top of each of the teal and blue dots.  Fill in some of the empty areas of the mold with white soap batter.  Place teal dots of soap batter on top of some of the white dots.  Place some blue dots on the remaining white dots.  Tip: store the squeeze bottles with the tips down when they are nearly empty.  This will decrease the need to shake the bottle to move the soap and lessen air in the bottle.  Repeat this process to fill the mold until you have used all of the soap batter.
Step 9:  Tap the mold on the countertop to release any air bubbles.  Swirl the top of your soap using a figure-eight pattern with a toothpick.  To do this, place the mold in front of you horizontally.  Begin at the top left corner of the mold and work your way to the right side of the mold in a figure-eight pattern. 
Step 10:  After 24-48 hours you can remove the soap from the mold.  Once the soap is ready, slice your soap.  Allow it to cure.
Your dancing funnel soap is now ready for use!  Enjoy!
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