Where'd they get that soap cutter ?
I don't know where they got it, but I bet you could make one pretty easy with some guitar strings.
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I think their cutting thru cold processed soap ,which is softer,but I'm not real sure. Maybe its a cheese cutter that they use for soap!!! Just don't cut the cheese in the soap shop,please!!
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That's nice ,but over budget for me.
We use one similar to this but it produces 32 bars per mold
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