Durable clear soap stamps make imprinting your soaps easy.
For stamping, the soap has to be neither too soft or too hard. It's best to cut the bars and cure a day or 2 then try stamping.
You will get to know your soap recipes and know when it is best to stamp after you have tried it a couple of times
**The key to stamping is doing it on a very firm surface one without a lot of give**.
Place your stamp on the soap and cover with a cloth or folded paper towel. Using a rubber mallet hit the stamp
a couple of times. Remove stamp and check the imprint. If the soap sticks to the stamp your soap is too soft.
For Melt & pour soap stamp as soon as soaps can be removed from the mold
Wash stamps in hot water using a soft brush or toothbrush to clean.
Though many of our products are Food Grade, we are not a Food Grade handling facility. As such we are not authorized to sell our products as Food Grade. All of our products currently are for external use only.