Super cheap and ultra concentrated soap. DIY



  • Hey guys. While reading some comments in a youtube video somebody suggested the recipe to create your own foam solution by diluting sodium lauryl sulfacetate (SLSA) with water. I did a solution. I test it. I liked it but I realised that instead of using water I could use the Seventh Generation dish liquid soap (2 cups) , heat it up to 140F aprox and dilute 9 grams!! of SLSA. The results were amazing. After letting it cool. The soap became super concentrated and thick. I lost about 3 oz of soap due to evaporation. Link is for a video of the soap.
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/XNyTao3fGcUDvXEaA

    This is an amazing help for people like me which live in an island or territory with restriction of buying Drexel or any other concentrate.
    Here is a link of the whole album with some photos and videos. Read the comments in them.
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/QWKhHkq5Y6fe35xG9



  • Hello:

    I have been using this method for a while now and I love the results. I'm wondering if anybody out there is making their own concentrated soap?

    Now a days I'm mixing 1 teaspoon of SLS with 2 cups of seventh generation soap. I heat the soap in medium heat for a couple of minutes then I add the powder SLS and mix it well. Let it cool and boom you got super concentrated soap.


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