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Repairing Bar Soap

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Have some bar soap that has split? Wet the soap and put in a plastic baggie and microwave it for a few seconds, then gently press it into shape.

To add slivers of soap to a new bar, moisten and stack and put in plastic bag. Microwave for a few seconds it to cement the bars together, then gently press them together. This holds together better than putting moistened bars together in the shower.

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June 23, 20050 found this helpful

Dove soap doesn't work like this, so leave out the dove. You can microwave the clear soaps, like glycerine soaps, but all you need to do is to collect regular soaps in a can or glass form that will work well as a bar. A square shape is good because you can cut it into cubes.

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