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Awesome soap cutter, reminds me of a cheese cutter but much bigger. That's one BIG block of soap too. Does it have to still be warm when you do that?
Also never realized y'were from Costa Rica
It is like a big cheese cutter indeed. It works strictly on compressed air and does a nice job. Yes, the block needs to be a little soft but with a block that large it retains heat for several days. It could be cut within the first 2-3 days after unmolding with no problems whatsoever.
I'm not from Costa Rica, from Ohio, just down here at the present time.
Looking good Dan!
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Great post,thanks !
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