Here are some more results from our Rebatch Tutorial. You can see that Rebatch soap doesn’t turn out glossy and smooth like Melt & Pour and instead has slight texture. Once it is fully hardened (many people refer to this as “cure time”), a bar of rebatch will last longer in the shower than a bar of Melt & Pour Soap. Of course, like all handmade soaps, you need to keep it out of water between uses – making sure it is in a draining soap dish.
Hey, who’s that checking out my soap? Looks like the newest addition to the Bramble Berry line is curious about soapmaking too. You can find this cute little hamster, along with his cupcake, ice cream cone, birdie, penguin, bunny and froggie friends on our site. We’re so excited!
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