Soap Dish From Recycled Foam

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June 21, 2017

Use Foam to Line Soap Dish - foam soap holder in shower soap dishWhen a soap melts it messes up your soap dish plus it leaves scraps that most of us throw away. Use this foam case to absorb moisture that causes it to melt down when you use it during bath time. When the soap is all diffused you will be able to save the scrap as the foam can absorb every bit of it. Just squeeze the foam to use it all up while you shower. That way, you won't be throwing away your soap scraps and you save the money you spent for it.



  • thick foam
  • bath soap
  • cutter
  • pencil for marking (optional)
Use Foam to Line Soap Dish - supplies


  1. Place your soap on the middle top of the foam.
  2. Use Foam to Line Soap Dish - lay bar of soap on top of foam
  3. Use a pencil to trace or draw any shape outside the soap.
  4. Use Foam to Line Soap Dish - trace around the shape of your soap
  5. Use a cutter to neatly cut along the traces. Cut it down about 1.5 cm depth or depends on your preference, just make sure the soap fits in. There are bigger soaps so it is important to leave some allowance.
  6. Use Foam to Line Soap Dish - begin cutting away foam down 1.5 cm
    Use Foam to Line Soap Dish - foam being cut

  7. Carefully pull off the middle foam. It will create a hole that will form into a simple soap case.
  8. Use Foam to Line Soap Dish - pull away foam from center
    Use Foam to Line Soap Dish - foam center layer removed
  9. Use this foam soap case and place it into your soap rack in the shower room to save all of the residue and scraps of your soap. It will leave you no more mess. Just squeeze the foam with the last bit of soap inside and use it all up.
  10. Use Foam to Line Soap Dish - bar of pink soap in foam
    Use Foam to Line Soap Dish - example of squeezing foam for using up all of the melted soap and scraps
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