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Tracing soap is the consistency of a light gravy or sauce; its color will also be whiter than when the lye and oil were first combined. Tracing can happen in as little as 3 minutes (when you are using a blender) or can take up to an hour (when you are stirring by hand). It depends upon the oils used and how quickly the mix is stirred. Don’t try to shortcut on time — you must stir the soap until it’s traced, otherwise the soap will separate. If you are stirring the soap with anything besides a blender or food processor, check the temperature occasionally.
A glass candy thermometer or a deep-fry thermometer with a stainless steel stem is best. Goggles and Gloves These items are a must for mixing the lye solution and stirring the soap. Use rubber bands to secure the tops of the gloves around your arms. Top: A 3-gallon stainless-steel pot. Middle: A candy thermometer. Bottom: Surgical gloves and plastic goggles. Containers You’ll need a few miscellaneous containers for your sugar solution, glycerin, and alcohol. Plastic and glass are both fine choices.
Transparent soap has the viscosity of water when it is first poured and, like water, it seeps out of the tiniest hole. Bungee Cords or Flexible Rope You’ll use bungee cords or flexible rope to secure the plastic sheeting to the top of the mixing pot. Both are inexpensive and can be found at any hardware store. Cutters and Rulers Any sharp kitchen knife will work for carving blocks of soap into bars. Or try using a square pastry blade or a stiff, 4” paint scraper; these two tools are pressed down into the soap to achieve a cleaner-looking cut.