Using Up Soap Remnants

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 18, 20162 found this helpful

The soap remnant pieces can be ground in a food processor, then used for hand washing delicate lingerie, lace doilies, vintage hanker chiefs or linens. These hand wash items can be soaked in the soap remnants, gently hand scrubbed, rinsed and hung to dry.

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