[soapcraft] Re: Castile soap

Thanks Pam.

 

From: soapcraft-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:soapcraft-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
Behalf Of gobyrne
Sent: Friday, 16 July 2010 4:35 p.m.
To: soapcraft@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [soapcraft] Re: Castile soap

 

I got some from the organic shop at Terrance End in Palmerston North.

 

These are Wendyl Nissen's recipes and she has a FAQ section on her website 
covering this.  I think she buys it from some place in Grey Lynn or off the 
Huckleberry Farms website.

 

Pam

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From: Rouse <mailto:Pauline.Rouse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>  Pauline A 

To: 'soapcraft@xxxxxxxxxxxxx' 

Sent: Friday, July 16, 2010 3:21 PM

Subject: [soapcraft] Re: INTRODUCTION

 

Don’t know where to get the castile soap from so I use a 10ml dishwashing 
liquid  

 

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[mailto:soapcraft-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Kim & Clyde Stirling
Sent: Friday, 16 July 2010 3:19 PM
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Subject: [soapcraft] Re: INTRODUCTION

 

Thanks Pauline, this sounds great. where do you buy liquid castile soap from?

 

From: soapcraft-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:soapcraft-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
Behalf Of Rouse Pauline A
Sent: Friday, 16 July 2010 2:58 p.m.
To: 'soapcraft@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject: [soapcraft] Re: INTRODUCTION

 

Cleaning Paste:  

Difficulty: 0 Time Taken: 2 mins

1 cup baking soda
1 tsp cream of tartar
10 mls liquid castile soap (or dishwashing liquid for a less green option)
30mls water.


In a bowl mix together baking soda with cream of tartar. In a jug mix 10 mls of 
liquid castile soap and about 30 mls of water. Slowly pour into the powders and 
mix with a fork until you have a paste. Add more water if you need to. Add 1 ml 
of peppermint essential oil and stir to
combine. Store in an airtight container and use to clean kitchen and bathroom 
sinks, baths and toilets.

 

This is an awesome cleaner and smells divine with the peppermint oil

Pauline

From: soapcraft-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:soapcraft-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
Behalf Of Gina Roberts
Sent: Friday, 16 July 2010 2:26 PM
To: soapcraft@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [soapcraft] Re: INTRODUCTION

 

I also use all my products for home cleansing but Pauline would you share a 
little about your 'like jiff' product as this is something i have not yet 
mastered and would like to.

 

Gina Roberts
Soapcraft
www.soapcraft.co.nz

 

 


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From: Rouse Pauline A <Pauline.Rouse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "soapcraft@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx" <soapcraft@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Fri, 16 July, 2010 12:37:06 PM
Subject: [soapcraft] Re: INTRODUCTION

At the moment with my natural cleaning products I am using laundry detergent, 
antiseptic spray, spray and wipe, bathroom and toilet cleaner (like Jiff), 
toilet spray, dishwashing powder, rinse aid and lemon dusters.  Very rewarding

Pauline

 

From: soapcraft-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:soapcraft-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
Behalf Of Louise Shing
Sent: Friday, 16 July 2010 12:34 PM
To: soapcraft@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [soapcraft] Re: INTRODUCTION

 

Hi Pauline


Nice to hear from you.  Glad to know that reheating worked for you.  I’m 
addicted to making soap via Cold process and I’m also into making lotions.  I’d 
also like to get into natural cleaning products as well.


Louise



on 16/7/10 9:58 AM, Rouse Pauline A at Pauline.Rouse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

Hi 
My name is Pauline and I am just starting out soap and lotion making plus 
natural cleaning products so I have lots of questions.  I have had a few probs 
with the lotions but my last batch has been sorted and it is smooth and thick.  
Soap making is a challenge and I hope to get more into it but lotion making and 
natural cleaning products are my first preference. 
Pauline Rouse
TOKOROA

 

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