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What else can you use our soaps for?

Chris Hagler

Soap isn't only used for getting clean. Here are 20+ other uses for our soap Lubricate nails, screws, and saw blades: Soap on metal helps it go through wood more easily. Nails and screws go in easier and are less less likely to split the wood if they are first stuck in a bar of soap. Rubbing soap over a handsaw blade will help it cut straighter and be less resistant to the wood. Keep your fingernails clean: While you’re working in the garden or potting plants, scrape your fingernails over a bar of soap to collect slivers underneath them. This will...

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Why WE choose local honey

Chris Hagler

  Because honey is beneficial for your skin and buy buying local, it helps small farmers make a living... Seriously... It's that simple, but I want to break it down a bit. Growing up in Florida and taking back roads to all of my hunting spots, I can't go 10 miles through the woods without seeing stacks of boxes lined up in rows set up in open fields and pastures. These boxes contain drawers (almost like your dresser), which serves as trays for bees to make their beehives in a safe location.  Whenever someone out of Florida thinks of the...

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Good Article on why you should go natural

Chris Hagler

I recently found a really informative article from www.naturalnews.com on why SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfate) is bad for your skin.  (NaturalNews) The market is saturated with different kinds of soap, but many of these commercial brands are really all the same, because they contain a harsh detergent chemical called sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS). This detergent chemical is a rogue emulsifier that removes oil from the hair and skin. SLS is cheap to mass produce for commercial soap-making, but is this ingredient clean or even safe at all? How does it affect your skin?A seven-member review panel, consisting of experts in dermatology,...

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