This is a short video showing the final layer being poured in the loaf soap. Notice that a very thin layer has formed on the top of the soap. The loaf soap has been cooling for approximately 2 minutes. The teal soap is very viscous and thick. It is within a minute from setting up completely.
The thicker the melt and pour soap is, the better it keeps a distinct swirl.
Ginger's Garden says
That looks wonderful!I’ll have to try it this way one of these days.
Amazing, I’m new to “soap making” – and I use the melt and pour base. Have so much to ask… your blog is very informative.
Wow, I didn’t know that was possible with M&P!
OMG, someone on one of my lists was just asking about this. I will have to post a link, thanks.
Michelle in NV