How do you wrap soap in paper?
In this regard, how do you wrap soap for sale?
One easy way to package your soap is to drop it in an appropriately sized box. Many companies sell soapboxes, and you can just add your own label and/or graphics to it. You can also use a custom box with a die-cut cutout in it. It looks professional and gives a little window onto the soap so that you can see its color.
Secondly, how do you know when soap is cured? One thing you can do is try weighing a bar of soap right after you make it. Weigh it daily. When it stops losing weight, it is probably done curing. I feel like soap becomes milder after it has cured.
Considering this, how do you shrink wrap a bar of soap?
Directions: Slide the soap into the shrink wrap so the perforated plastic is on the long edge of the soap (the part that you would tear to open). I like to start on on the front side of the soap. Apply the heat until it starts to shrink.
How do you store homemade soap?
Once you have your soaps on the shelf, lightly place a sheet over them to keep dust and dirt out. In four weeks gather up your soaps, place them loosely into a cardboard box or plastic container and store them in a closet or cabinet. To preserve the fragrance integrity, I only put one scent per box.