Add Pieces of Soap to Exfoliating Glove

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Those last tiny slivers of soap are perfect for adding to the inside of your exfoliating glove, using them for one final cleansing task. This is a page about add pieces of soap to exfoliating glove.


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December 3, 2010

When your bar soap gets too small, place it in a dollar store exfoliating glove. The glove can be hung in your shower, and can be used without worrying about "soaping" it up first. I have been doing it for years; I am cheap.

By Dizzee from Woodstock, IL

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You can collect soap remnants and use various methods to make them into a new bar of soap. This can be a long, tedious and tricky process and the end result is not usually satisfactory.

An easier way to use them up is to break them up into small pieces and insert them into a piece of loofah. This can then be used as a soapy scrub during bath and shower times


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December 3, 2010

A good use for loofah gloves is to put scrapes of soap inside the hand of the glove and use in the shower. Great way to use slivers of soap!

By Nunley from Huntington, WV


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Great Idea! (10/23/2009)

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