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1  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions / 1st time soapmaking on: October 18, 2010 07:33:12 AM
Okay that's not completely true, I bought a kite years ago. I liked it but with young children I had to stop and haven't done much since. My question is I want to get serious into making my own soap but I don't want to go crazy with spending money to start. How much do you think I can expect to spend without making elaborate soaps but still a nice bar I can show off.

I really hope that makes sense. I can buy more as I do more I am talking about making soap that is nicer than a white bar with no smell.
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