Sunday, 8 November 2015

Step By Step Guide To Produce Liquid Soap


Liquid soap use in Nigeria is on the high use presently as many prefer to use it to wash cloth and kitchen utensils because it requires less energy. Liquid soap production in Nigeria is a good business one can venture into with less capital and start making huge money with few months. The process of formulating liquid soap remains as that of the other solid soap only
that it exist as liquid. The base of the product is water. The quantity of water that is required for the production of a given volume of detergent is relatively high. It is necessary to have a good source of water supply when you want to venture into liquid soap production. In this post I will be sharing with you a step by step guide on how to produce liquid wash for home use or for the public.

Requirement For Liquid Soap
Mixing bowl
Buckets
Hand glove
Wooden spoon
Container
Water
Chemicals
1.  Picaro or antisol                                                             1kg
2.  Foaming                                                                          1kg
3.  Soda ash                                                                          2kg
4.  Surphuric acid                                                                 2litres
5.  Formaline
6.  Colour
7.  Perfume or fragrance
Method
  • Mix Picaro or antisol(1kg) and foaming (1kg) together with 60litres of water
  • Mix soda ash 2kg and surphuric Acid together with 4olitres of water
  • After mixing (1 and 2) and (3 and 4) together separately, wait for at least 2days for the chemicals to ferment, then join the mixture in A and B together and mix very well. The thickness or lightness depends on the amount of water you eventually use.
  • Add preservative-formaline ¼ litres
  • Add colour- Water Green to taste
  • Add perfume or fragrance to taste
  • Mix thoroughly
  • Fill your cans or containers as necessary.
  • Your liquid soup is ready for use or for sale.
For 15litres of water
1.  Antisol                   1 tin milk
2.  Foaming                1 tin milk
2.  Soda Ash                1 tin milk
3.  Sulphonic acid       ½ litres
4.  formalin                3covers of lacasera
5.  colour                     As deep as you want
6.  Perfume                 5 covers of lacasera
  • Mix antisol or picaro (1 tin milk) and foaming (1 tin milk) together with 9litres of water
  • Mix soda ash (1  tin milk) and surphuric acid (1/2 litres ) together with 6litres of water
  • After mixing (1 and 2) and (3 and 4) together separately, wait for at least 2days for the chemicals to ferment, then join the mixture in A and B together and mix very well. The thickness or lightness depends on the amount of water you eventually use.

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