What can I do with left over small shards of bar soap?

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  • Kelly-n-Tony Kelly-n-Tony on Jun 05, 2018
    Sew the sides of a washcloth together with velcro on one short side and put the soap shards inside.

  • Babette Russell Babette Russell on Jun 05, 2018
    take a round or square piece of netting any color you like about 4” . Put the soap in the netting. Adding small pieces. When you have enough you can use it just like a Bath pouf.

  • Cindy Cindy on Jun 05, 2018
    Break them up as much as you can and put them in your flower beds, flower pots or vegetable gardens. Animals hate the smell and taste of soap and will leave your flowers and plants alone. Especially the pine scented soap.

  • KLI122 KLI122 on Jun 05, 2018
    My grandmother used to crochet round doilies out of cotton string yarn. Then she would run string about an inch from the edge and draw the doily up into a little bag. She'd give them to everybody at Christmas with dollar or five dollar bills in for the children and they were hung on the Christmas tree. After Christmas they were taken down and put in the bathrooms. Whenever the bars of soap became slivers or too small to use, they went into the doily bags and we used them to clean the tub when it was drained. I like the idea of using them to wash the body with too!