Ivory soap in the microwave for homemade laundry soap. 1 box washing soda 1 box Borax 1 bar grated Fels Naptha soap, and 1 bar grated or microwaved (for minutes) Ivory soap.
Are your hands dry and rough from using antibacterial soap? Try out this gentle homemade hand soap recipe!
Ivory Soap - Ghost Mud for Halloween. Transform a bar of soap into a fluffy cloud in a matter of seconds. This super-easy Ivory Soap Microwave Experiment will WOW kids and adults alike!
Soap clouds and homemade kiddie soap to play with in the tub.
SUPER indoor activity for cold winter days. or leave the food coloring out and call it SNOW DOUGH! All you need is 1 ingredient = awesome
Just for fun – microwaved ivory soap
Have ya'll ever put Ivory Soap in the Microwave? What happens is absolutely amazing! Putting soap in the microwave for various activities i
Summer Fun: Microwaved Ivory Soap I cant wait to try this
Making a Ivory soap cloud in a microwave is one of the coolest science experiments kids can do.
Microwave a bar of Ivory soap and watch it expand to over six times its original size. The foam trick can be used to demonstrate Charles Law.
How To Do the Ivory Soap in a Microwave Science Project: This soap sculpture actually resulted from a small piece of Ivory soap. My microwave literally filled when I nuked an entire bar.
Ghost Mud or Clean Mud is so easy to make and it’s a wonderful sensory activity for your children. It smells fantastic, and it’s delightfully ooey and gooey when you squeeze it through your fingers. It’s similar to playdough, but softer and silkier.