Hi everyone! I’m sure all of you know that it’s important to wash your hands, and it’s an essential skill every kid should learn in their first years of life. If you’re a parent who doesn’t know how to teach their child to their wash hands with soap, we prepared a great hack for you 😉 Put your kid’s plastic or rubber toys in molds and fill them with liquid soap. Let the soap harden and show it to your children. I’m sure they will love washing their hands with their favorite toys! When you’re an adult, you don’t need to learn things like this, but you can use some DIY soap ideas and surprise your friends or family with unusual soap! We will show you how you can make a soap mold. Just choose a base that you can fill with liquid silicone, put a toy, fruit, or something else in it, and let it dry for 24 hours. When you gently take out the thing you used, you can put liquid soap in this mold to get a soap version of your fruit, toy, or whatever you used. That’s awesome!
01:20 — DIY soap mold
02:25 — Soap that looks like a hazelnut
03:17 — DIY Pop It soap
06:33 — Soap that looks like cake
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