One of the soap molds I use is a silicon cookie mold (for 6 cookies) which is very suitable for the hand in terms of its radius. However it has a shape similar to a seashell and its depth is not much and therefore each part produces 40-45 gr of soap.
I figured that if two of those soaps could be merged together on their flat sides to form a round 3D shape, their size and shape would be just fit for the hands. 3D mold is an alternative but I do not have it right now.
So my question is if there is a way to stick two soaps together when I make them so that they won't come apart after curing time?
Thanks and regards,
That's an interesting question.
You could try scoring the flat surface of each half and 'gluing' them together with fresh CP or MP soap. The scoring will give the 'soap glue' something to grip to. I don't know if it will work but it might be worth a try.
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