Any substance that is made from a mixture of natural oils and fats with an alkali is considered as soap. Soap is a surface-active agent generally used for washing. Washing, because soap is basically ineffective without water. The use of soap (or any natural soap-cleaning agents) has always been associated with man’s inherent instinct to keep his body, his clothes, and various other washable belongings clean.
Soap making started in the 18th century by boiling a crude mixture of animal fat, lye from wood ash, and salt until it became sticky and hard.
- Introduction to the soap making business
- Qualities of Soap, Basic Ingredients and Steps
- Making Natural Laundry Bar Soap and Powdered Detergent
- Making All-Purpose Liquid Cleaner and Dishwashing Paste
- Making Herbal Bath Soap and Aloe Vera Shampoo
- Making Liquid Detergent and Liquid Laundry Soap
- Making Facial Cleanser
- How To Make Herbal Soap for Home & Commercial Use
- How to Make Liquid Detergent for Home and Commercial Use
- How to Make Liquid Dishwashing Soap
- How to Make Soap from Cornmeal (Ground Corn)
- Making Soap from Herbal Plants
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