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    Default Article: How to Make your Own Powdered Soap in 2 minutes Flat

    any DIY household recipes call for "Powdered Soap", which used to be something that you could purchase in a box in the laundry detergent aisle of your favorite grocery store. Those times have passed and nowadays, if you want powdered soap, you must make your own. Here's a super easy way to make powdered soap in about 2 minutes flat . . .

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    Several recipes here say to put your blender blade in a Mason jar. I do not own a blender right now, but does the blade really come off? Are you just removing the blender jar? I did not know blenders could be taken apart like that. Please advise.....Benny

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    Benny, The blender blade piece unscrews from the blender jar, the piece with the handle, which is the container that stuff is put into to be blended. These two pieces come apart for easier cleaning so you do not cut your fingers and/or cloth to shreds trying to clean the blades. Also, if you are looking for a blender for making soaps, lotions, etc., try Goodwill or some place like that. One with a glass container is best. If you get one from Goodwill try it right away and take it back if it does not work or does not perform the way you want. Their return policy, at least in my area (Maine), is 7 days with the receipt. Hope this helps.

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    Default Re: How to Make your Own Powdered Soap in 2 minutes Flat

    Quote Originally Posted by bdl0715 View Post
    Several recipes here say to put your blender blade in a Mason jar. I do not own a blender right now, but does the blade really come off? Are you just removing the blender jar? I did not know blenders could be taken apart like that. Please advise.....Benny
    Hi Benny, Here's a tutorial: Budget101.com - - How to Use Mason Jars on your Blender | Homemade Bullet Blender
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    can you use this ivory in place of the washing soda used in the homemade laundry detergent recipe? that would basically make it Fels Naptha and Ivory...

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    Default Re: How to Make your Own Powdered Soap in 2 minutes Flat

    Quote Originally Posted by ataylor42129 View Post
    can you use this ivory in place of the washing soda used in the homemade laundry detergent recipe? that would basically make it Fels Naptha and Ivory...
    No. They're completely different ingredients.

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    Thank you for posting this, I assume it's the same thing as "Soap Flakes" which is what Ivory used to make and sell many years ago.I like the homemade MYO Body hair bleach recipe and it uses soap flakes/powdered soap in it.

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    Yes, they are the soap flakes!!! I use them all the time in my laundrey!!!

 

 
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