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Hi Cyndi: I put mine in a zip bag and save then until I get a goodly amount, and then grate into smaller pieces and melt it in the microwave, for about 45seconds, keep an eye on it and then use 10 second longer until you get it melted. Then remold it. Melt your pieces in water in the top pot of a double boiler or in a microwave. Stir your soap as it melts. In general, use approximately 1 cup of water for every 2 cups of soap gratings.
You can make sachets with them
Hi Cyndi. I'm Cindy. Save your soap scraps. You can make (or purchase) a loofah with netting. Put your scraps inside it . Then use the loofah until they are gone.
Hi Cyndi, this video should help you I hope
Take a wash cloth, cut it in half, put the soap scraps inside and stitch the sides shut. Leave one by the laundry tubs for a quick wash up when you come in from the garden or garage. Just wet rub your hands on it to lather and prop up in a cup for next use.