This is the scary part. The soap already looks good. The swirl looks like it’s beautiful. Take a deep breath and plunge your spatula into the soap. Go around your entire mold 1 time in an “s” wave pattern from the top to the bottom and from side to side. There’s a fine line between
swirling too little and heading into mush but that line is always further along in the swirling process than you think.
Cover your soap and wait patiently for the soap to harden. You can safely unmold your soap in two to three days for the great swirling unveil.
Hello! I would like to see the video, but it seems that no longer works. as you might see it?
Sad! That video was hosted with Google but they must have dumped it without me noticing since it was an older post. I’ll see if I have a copy someplace on my harddrive but I doubt it. =(
They’re paid videos but these two swirling videos might work for you? https://www.brambleberry.com/Online-Videos-C271.aspx There’s an in the pot swirl and then a more traditional swirl?
We just updated the videos =)
-Courtney from Bramble Berry