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Photo Gallery: Soapmaking at Mission Peak Soap

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Corporate Headquarters & Soap Making Shop

Olive, Coconut & Palm oils are combined & warmed in this 40 gallon tank.

Warm oil goes into bucket, and is later combined with lye mixture.

Combine and mix the oils, lye and water.

This block mold makes 105 bars of 5 & 1/4 ounces each.

Mold filled with thickened oil & lye solution.

Keep the block of soap covered for a day or two.

A finished block of lemon soap, 3 days old.

Block is sliced into logs with piano wire

Logs are sliced into bars and dried for 30 days.

Some soap is poured into individual molds, like this batch of grape soaps.

Soap logs curing on racks for 30 days.

Wrapped bars.

A/R, A/P, Purchasing, Customer Service, Order Processing..... all in one convenient location.

The Chief Soapmaker

Seaweed Soap

Splitting a batch to use left-over fragrance.

Don't answer the phone while filling buckets with warm oil.

Soap w/ Tree Lichen

 

 

 

 

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2011 Mission Peak Soap Products

37266 Niles Blvd.    Fremont, CA 94536
p. 510.795.1326     fax 510.788.6063

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