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Let the soap firm up, and then take it out of the mold. Note: since we've made everything at room temperature or chilled, and short circuited any sort of a gel stage, the soap is going to be caustic for longer than a regular cold process soap. It will take 2-3 days for it to fully saponify. Be sure to let it cure for several weeks before you use it.

And be sure to check out Nizzy's amazing whipped soaps and especially the "whipped soap pioneers" page!

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