Liquid Soap Instructions
Making Liquid Soap from our Goat Milk Liquid Soap Paste is easy, and can save you quite a bit on
shipping. Here is a simple way to do it, just follow the steps below!
This demonstration is using 1 pound of Goat Milk Liquid Soap Base, to 2 pounds 4oz.(4 1/2 cups) of
water. This will make over 3 pounds of thick liquid soap!
Weigh your base, we're using 1 pound of paste here.
Weigh (or measure) 2 pounds 4oz. (4 1/2 cups) of BOILING water (CAREFUL!!). If you're wanting to
add any additives, like aloe, infusions, or a little oil (no more than 1oz. total extra oils per lb. of base),
this is where you'll add them, to equal 2 lb.4oz. of liquid.
Mix both in 1/2 gallon - 1 gallon container. This is the tricky part. Liquid soap doesn't really want to mix
with water, so use a wire whip, like I'm doing in the picture, and stir up and down, don't stir fast, you'll
get too many bubbles! Gently move the whip up and down and around, till the paste is broken up into
pea size pieces.
There it sits....
Cover overnight or so, mixing now and then, till fully dissolved. You may find you need to add a little
extra water, if it seems too thick, but don't be fooled, add only 1/8 cup at a time, and mix thoroughly, it
will thin down quickly!