Soap Making Class for Two or Four People at CT Organics (Up to 53% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Students learn to make all-natural, cold-processed handmade soaps in fun class  

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. May be repurchased every 180 days. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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  • Soap Making Class for Two People
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Soap Scum: The Bane of the Bath

This deal can help you with one of the most notorious bathroom chores—cleaning soap scum. Read on to learn more about what causes this pesky buildup.

Soap and water go together like peas and carrots, and they’re much better at cleaning to boot. But there’s a darker side to this cleansing duo—together, they create a vile substance that can take over the entire bathroom: soap scum. This cloudy, white or gray film amasses when the plant oils contained in bar soap combine with the calcium or magnesium deposits found in hard water. The result is a solid buildup that sticks onto shower walls, doors, and curtains. If left untreated, the buildup can collect mold or mildew, body oils, and even bacteria.

Once soap scum has built up on a surface, there’s only one way to remove it: scrub, scrub, scrub. House cleaners may incorporate unconventional solutions such as vinegar, since the acid helps break down the buildup better than many other cleaning products. Either way, removing soap scum is a difficult and time-consuming process, so prevention is the key to keeping showers scum-free. The easiest way to prevent soap scum buildup is to switch from bar soap to liquid soap, since liquid soaps are often chemically formulated to avoid reacting with mineral deposits. Wiping down the shower walls and doors with a squeegee after each use will also help prevent most—if not all—buildup. Installing a water-softener showerhead can help, too, by removing the mineral deposits that react with soap in the first place.

Customer Reviews

My and hubby and I bought a soap making class for my kids and mother in law. We had a fun experience and learned a lot about making natural organic soap. The lady was real nice and had a lovely shop! My Mother in law bought a lot of natural organic soaps and creams too! She loves it!! Thank u!
Lee G. · July 1, 2017
My friend and I had a great experience learning how to make soap for the first time. The instructor was very nice, informative and she even came in on a day that she wouldn't normally teach a soap making class on. I traveled an hour to attend this class, if I didn't live so far, I would attend more classes.
Vanessa E. · March 16, 2017
This was a very fun experience! The place is clean and the staff is super friendly. We made some beautiful smelling soap! Highly recommend!!!!
Michelle D. · February 23, 2017

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