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Complete Liquid Soap Chemicals (25 Liters)

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Though, there are several people doing liquid soap but our formula is unique. If you follow our chemical combinations; you can never go wrong in making Professional liquid soap.

There are eight (8) chemicals involved in making liquid soap; some of which are primary while others are variable chemicals – chemicals you can do without.

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Chemicals Needed For Making Liquid Soap And Their Measurements

  1. STPP – Clearnniness and Thickness Agent (Measurement 1/4 )
  2. Caustic Soda – Cleaning Agent (Measurement 1/16 ) [Though nobody will sell that quantity to you. This is because the smallest quantity you can buy is 1/4. So, divide that 1/4 into four portions and use one portion and keep the remaining three portion. PLEASE NOTE: Too much of this chemical peels your hand]
  3. Natrosol – Cleaning and Thickness Agent (Measurement 1/4 )
  4. Soda ash – Cleaning Agent (Measurement 1/4 )
  5. Sulphonic Acid – Foaming Agent (Measurement 2 liters)
  6. Laurel Rice – Foaming Agent (Measurement 1/4 ) [You can do without this chemical. Just add 1/2 liter to your Sulphonic acid quantity]
  7. Texapon – Foaming Agent (Measurement 1/4 )
  8. Formalin – Preservative Agent (Measurement 1/4 ) [You don’t have to use all this chemical; 2 cap of Eva table water will do. Formalin is a harmful chemical; I causes cancer if abused. So use with care – very small quantity will not harm though.] Or [better still you can use Citric Acid, Benzoic Acid and Sodium Benzonate.]
  9. Coloring (Measurement)
  10. Perfume (Measurement)

2 reviews for Complete Liquid Soap Chemicals (25 Liters)

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Liquid soap making varies depending on how u want it and it requires taken necessary precasutions

    • @Dolapo, you are very correct!
      Thanks for visiting earnbase

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    please tell me about producing liquid soap with industrial salt, water. texapon, fragrance, sls and colour only. what is the difference between that one with many other chemicals and this one you taught us? please kindly help me shed more light. Thanks.

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