1 medium size pot, 1 cheese shedder, 1 plate, 1 spoon for stirring, bottles to hold liquid soap (5 per bar of soap)
Pre-wash your bottles before starting. remove the label from the Log Home Body Soap. Place pot on the stove measure and pour 1 cup of water into the pot and bring to a boil over medium heat. While your water is heating, shred 1/4 of your Log Home Body Soap with the cheese shredder onto a plate. Once your water is boiling turn down to a simmer. Slowly add 1/2 of the shredded soap into the water, stir the mixture with the spoon until the soap is dissolved into the water. Add the remaining shredded soap to the mixture and stir until the soap is totally dissolved. Remove the pot from the stove and let your liquid soap cool to room temperature in the pot. Once your liquid soap is cooled fill your bottles (if using bottles with pumps only fill to 3/4 of an inch from the top of the bottle).
Now you can enjoy the luxurious feel of Log Home Body Soap as a body wash, shower gel, or just as a liquid hand soap. Best of all you still get all of the natural moisturizing benefit but in a liquid form. Enjoy
Please Note: You should not make more liquid handsoap than you will use in a two week period as Log Home Body Soaps do NOT contain any preservatives. If soap liquid soap starts to thicken before it is used you can simply add a small amount of hot water from the tap to dilute it. Always use care and caution around the stove. To prevent burns never fill bottles while the liquid soap is still hot. If you choose to make liquid soap from a Log Home Body Soap with an exfoliate you will need to strain the soap before filling the bottles as the oatmeal may jamb the pump.
Warning: Children should not be allowed to make liquid soap without adult supervision.