Our Under the Sea Pour and Melt Soaps make hand washing fun.
I have to admit when we have guests over our house and I hear the toilet flush and then the door open, I cringe. It’s the germaphobe in me, I know. So rather than tell the kids to go back in and wash their hands, I wanted to make some fun soaps that will intrigue them and make them actually want to wash their hands. I mean who wouldn’t want to wash their hands and see maybe if the fish is ready to come out and if the fish comes out they can keep it.
Our Underwater Pour and Melt Soaps are not only easy to make, they don’t cost a lot either. I could probably make about 50 bars of soap from one glycerin soap block. So grab some toy fishies or whatever small plastic toys you have laying around and get making.
How to make our Under the Sea Pour and Melt Soaps:
- small toy fish
- glycerin pour and melt soap block
- soap scent
- blue soap colorant
- small spray bottle of rubbing alcohol
- Cut about 15-20 ice cube sized pieces off your glycerin soap block and place them into a clear glass measuring cup.
- Microwave your soap cubes for about 75 seconds or until melted.
- Add one drop of your soap colorant to your melted soap and mix.
- Place one toy fish into each soap mold and pour your melted blue soap over the top.
- Spray the top of your melted soap with your rubbing alcohol (to prevent air bubbles from forming on the surface) and let your soaps set for 10 minutes at room temperature before transferring them to the freezer to fully harden for another 15-20 minutes.
- Carefully stretch out the sides of your soap molds and press up on the bottom to remove your Underwater Pour and Melt Soaps.
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