Solid standard

Solid soap base

Composition: Aqua, Sodium Stearate, Propylene Glycol, Sorbitol, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Glycerin, Sodium Laurate, Sodium Chloride, Sodium Coco-Sulfate, Stearic Acid, Styrene/Acrylates Copolymer, Tetrasodium EDTA,

Condition: Solid

View: Solid

Weight: 1000 g

For what
Cooking methods

For what

The composition of the soap base "Solid standard. Inventors" has improved physical properties that are simply irreplaceable for a soap maker. The finished souvenir soap does not sweat and does not melt in hot weather, so it retains its attractive appearance. The base solidifies firmly and quickly even at room temperature. This property increases productivity, which is especially important for large volumes of work. It is well suited for in-line pouring, does not melt the lower layers, adheres perfectly.

The soap base, cut into small pieces, is best melted in a microwave oven in short cycles and stirring regularly. Thus, it will not lose a lot of moisture and will melt quickly. It is not recommended to bring it to a boil and boil for a while. This can lead to an unpleasant odor, darkening and reducing the transparency of the soap base.


1. The base is ideal for creating curly soap and soap with a picture, as well as for soap bouquets
2. Withstands long-term exposure to direct sunlight
3. Resistant to perspiration, keeps your soap in perfect condition, even at high humidity
4. It freezes quickly, you can not put it in the refrigerator
5. You can remove soap from the mold when it is still warm
6. When solidified, a flat surface is formed
7. It accepts oils and perfumes well, it is painted with all cosmetic dyes
8. Ideal for marble pouring and thin pouring (for example, white veins when creating soap in the form of "Tangerine")


Store in a hermetically sealed package in a relative humidity of no more than 60-65%

Cooking methods

1. Cut the soap bases of the "Solid Standard" into small cubes.
2. In separate containers, melt the white and transparent soap base in a microwave oven with continuous stirring.
3. Add a prescription amount of red dye Pro Color in a container with a melted transparent base "Solid standard". Stir until the dye dissolves completely.
4. Sprinkle the mold with alcohol and pour into it a white melted soap base. "Rinse" the relief of the mold with a soap base several times and pour the remains of the white base into a container with a melted and already painted transparent base. Do not stir the mixture to get natural beautiful streaks.
5. While the white layer is still warm, sprinkle it with alcohol and, without mixing the mixture of the painted base and the remnants of the white, pour it into the mold.
6. Tap the mold on the side walls to remove possible air bubbles, then leave the mold motionless until the soap completely solidifies.
7. Carefully remove the finished soap from the mold, put it on a flat surface and let it "rest" a little in the open air for 10-15 minutes.
8. Pack the finished soap in shrink wrap or stretch wrap.
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