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07/31/2013

 
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THE ART OFMANUFACTURINGSOAP AND CANDLES
INCLUDING THE MOST RECENT DISCOVERIES EMBRACING ALL KINDS OFORDINARY HARD, SOFT, AND TOILET SOAPS, ESPECIALLY THOSE MADE BY THECOLD PROCESS AND THE MAKING OF TALLOW AND COMPOSITE CANDLES.
 BY ADOLPH OTT, Ph. D.,
Electronic Publication Published By Maria Vowell of CraftseBooks.com
Publishers Notes Copyright 2004 Maria Vowell, all rights reserved
When you purchased this eBook you also received resell and distribution rights to thismanual in its currently compiled format.
You may resell this ebook in its currently compiled format and keep 100% of theprofits. The only restriction is that you may not modify this ebook in anyway andyou must register as a reseller. Registration is free and you can register as areseller athttp://www.craftsebooks.com/register/soap.htm Click here to download your ready made sales page. Click here to learn how to make even more money with this eBook by obtaining aversion customized just for you.Click here for recommended web host that you can use to host your ready madesales page with. Click here to sign up for your second free bonus, the free scents and beautybusiness course.
 
 
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Note From The Publisher
This publication was written in the late 1800’s, and covers a greatdeal about the soap and candle making process as was used in pastcenturies.You may find in parts of the publication, certain terms or phrases thatare a bit confusing, or some information that is hard to understand.In those areas, I have included
“Publisher’s notes”
in bold red textto help better clarify the method, process or information to help youbetter understand what’s being explained.This publication is extremely in depth concerning the soap makingprocess, and I’m sure that once you’ve completed reading it, thatyou’ll find that you have a better understanding of the soap makingprocess so that you’ll hopefully be able to start manufacturing yourown soaps from your own kitchen with confidence.If you’d like a more up to date manual concerning the soap makingprocess, then please take a moment to visit
CraftseBooks.com
andread about
“Oil Beauty & Profits”.
 
“Oil Beauty & Profits” 
covers older methods of making soaps (coldand hot process) as well as more modern methods such as usingyour microwave to make wonderful soaps as well as for the melt andpour and re-batch methods.
“Oil Beauty & Profits” 
also covers important safety factors you needto know, that aren’t covered fully in this manual, as well as othertechniques, methods and information that are more up to date thanthe information contained in this publication alone.Making homemade soap is not only fun, it is also extremelyaffordable and profitable.Once you have your basic equipment (most things you’ll need youprobably already have in your kitchen) then the material you’ll needthat costs the most would be your fragrance.
 
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 A 5 gallon bucket of lard can be obtained for less than $25.00 (thiswill make hundreds of bars of soaps), lye is about $3.00 per bottleand a gallon of distilled water is less than a dollar at most grocerystores.Your fragrance can run from $5.00 to $25.00 per ounce if using pureessential oils, or from $5.00 to $50.00 per half pound of soapfragrance.To help cut costs with your fragrances, you can use a variety ofmethods to scent your soaps nicely by using herbs, flowers, fruit rindsetc. thereby saving a lot of money that can be better used to helpincrease your profits more.There are many methods used to extract scents to use for scentingyour soaps. Expression, distillation and maceration being just a fewof the methods one can use.These methods are not covered in this manual, but they are coveredin
“The Art Of Perfumery”.
 
“The Art Of Perfumery” 
not only provides methods used forscenting soaps but which also provides many wonderful methods andrecipes for making other fine bath and beauty products like sachets,cosmetics, perfumes etc.
“The Art Of Perfumery” 
even providesinstructions for making your own Ottos (essential oils).If you’re looking for a nice way to save costs in scenting your soaps,or if you would like to also try making your own Ottos, perfumesand/or cosmetics, then you’ll find
“The Art Of Perfumery” 
a delightto read and to learn from.In the meantime, I truly hope you enjoy this publication and I hopethat making your own homemade soaps proves to be as fun andprofitable for you, as it has for me since I’ve started enjoying thiswonderful craft.Maria Vowell

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