Looking for a Mechanic’s Soap Recipe?

11 Sep

 The number ONE search on this  blog is for a Mechanics Soap recipe.

MECHANIC

So, I’ve decided to give you what you want. If you have any questions about the recipe feel free to contact us at psilovesoapco@gmail.com and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible!

PLEASE,

If you have never made a batch of soap before please take the time and read SMART SOAP MAKING  by Anne L. Watson and actually make a first batch!

Please make sure you read LYE SAFETY and run “ANY recipe” you find over the net through a LYE CALCULATOR!

Okay, I said what I needed now onto the recipe!

Ingredients:

Olive Oil   331grams

Coconut Oil  284 grams

Palm Oil  189 grams

Avocado Oil 142 grams

Shea Butter 142 grams

Castor Oil 46 grams

Lye (Sodium Hydroxide) 157 grams

Water 350 grams

Add these at trace….

1/4 cup Fine Pumice

1/4 cup Coffee Grinds

 Try this Mechanics Soap recipe too.

Have FUN with it!

You could add any other number of ingredients for the grit. Try ground nut shells, shredded loofah the possibilities are endless.

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2 Responses to “Looking for a Mechanic’s Soap Recipe?”

  1. nicole March 2, 2015 at 5:37 AM #

    Do you think you could make a good mechanic’s soap without using palm oil? I am trying avoid it since I can’t find a good source for sustainably sourced palm oil here in New Zealand and I’d really rather completely avoid palm oil and protect Indonesia’s rainforests from being turned into palm oil plantations.

    • Mrs. Green Thumb March 2, 2015 at 6:10 AM #

      Hi Nicole,

      Thanks for reading my blog! Yes, you can use ANY CP soap recipe you have and add pumice and/or coffee grinds or any other type of exfoliating ingredient. Making soap is all about having fun!

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