Most soapers use soapcalc.net and it’s automatically set to 38%. I usually water discount at 30-35% depending on the recipe and additives. If I’m working with lots of titanium dioxide for example, I usually superfat at 30 unless I want glycerine rivers then I might even bump it up to 40% and wait a few days to cut.
I’ve also done two exact batches, but one is a lower water discount and the other higher to get “ghosting” in my soap.
That is magnificent. It looks so cool, like two tones of colour, though there isn’t any colour added. I wonder if you did colour the soap like all blue, would it make it two tones through the same reaction?
Waaaaaaaaay too much work when working with colours! Honestly? Whip up one batch, come to light trace, add your pigment, pour soap into two containers, add a wee bit of titanium dioxide and yay! Two colours!
Or come to light trace, decant to two containers add lots of pigment to one, and a little to the other and yay! Two colours!
I know! It’s amazing to me how entertaining YouTube can be! I watch the ones where the Irish people try different American food items. Those really crack me up! And soaping, and crafting, and curly girls, and……
OMG! Check out “Andy and Amy’s Haunted House”!!! ROTFLMBO!!!!! Tears, actual tears rolled down my cheeks from laughing so hard!!
“Stop it! Just stop it!” Hahahahaha! (You’ll get that when you watch it)
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