More on the happy, meditative, nirvana (almost more mandarines scent than you can deal with) inducing soap making: Including a little video showing you two hands and a pile of soaps being packed into cellophane foil.
We sort of improved our pouring process, and the W.-factor built two frames for pouring the soap into. Thus, we can easily make 100 soaps a day on the side. Wrapping them, however, takes a bit longer, because we wrap them first into cellophane foil, then into paper, then into a bag and then we put a sticker on them. The first process step you see below: Wrapping into foil.
By the way: The soaps cannot be bought, we make them for an apothecary where folks will get them as gifts, and these hands are mine.
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