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 How to Make Soap Using Wood Ash?

Answer If you want to make your own all-natural soap, you need to master the art of making lye. The chemical reaction between wood ash and water makes a strong and caustic chemical known as lye. The art o... Read More »
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How to Make Wood-Cleaning Soap?

Although wood soap is commercially available and not particularly dangerous to humans, pets or the environment, you can make an all-natural wood cleaning soap at home. Castile soap, which is a vege... Read More »
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Purpose of Wood Ash in Water to Make Soap?

Wood ash plays an integral role in traditional cold process soap making. When wood ash from hardwoods is combined with water, lye, or potassium hydroxide, is created. Lye is a necessary ingredient ... Read More »
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Murphy's oil soap on wood floors?

Floors that haven't been refinished in a while can find that what's left of their finish gets stripped by the soap and water combination. My floors were like that so I used lemon oil on them inste... Read More »
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How to Make Liquid Soap From Leftover Bar Soap Slivers?

Your bar soap will always whittle its way down to an unusable size. But simply throwing away those little morsels of soap is seriously wasteful. Instead, you can horde the little slivers as they we... Read More »
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