Making a Bar of Soap from Bits

What can I do with the end bit of a bar of soap? How can I put the bits together to make one bar, of any shape?

By Sandra

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August 5, 20130 found this helpful

Here are several ways to deal with the left over bits of soap.
One is to put those bits into a small (like kid size) acrilic ankle sock, tie a knot in the end and use those left over bit to shower with.
Second, you can grate (yet another use for your cheese grater) them into uniform bits and mix in a small amount of water to them so you can squish them into a ball or bar for use after allowing to dry.
And third, is you can take the grated bits and dry them completely, grind them into a powder to use for laundry soap.

*Note - use about a teaspoon per washer load only. Adjust to suit your machine, water type, load amount and dirt conditions.

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