When pouring layers in melt and pour soap, sometimes the temperature is too cool between layers. This is one of the more common causes of layers not sticking together. But getting the temperature right is tricky. Too warm and the soap will melt through the bottom layer. Too cool and the layers will not adhere.
If this happens to you, there is an easy fix. Watch the video above to see a new bond being formed between the two layers.
I totally downloaded the photos on Friday at work and then immediately left for the weekend (we’re celebrating my Dad’s birthday in Olympia). Whoops! I’ll try to get them up tomorrow, assuming we get back into town at a decent hour.
Tracey, I’ll head over to your site now. =)
Man, I hate when that happens!
BTW..I’m tagging you (from the Mustang Diaries) =)
Good to know before I attempt the layer soaps…thanks! Don’t forget the aloe vera jelly for soothing the burnt hands. 🙂
Would love to see cut pics
I normally turn the sound off on my computer. I am so glad I turned it on so I could hear the “and yes it is burning my hands”, that was too funny. I thought it might be kinda hot. LOL
Michelle in NV