New PDF release: Action Origami: Over 25 Animated Paperfolding Projects
By Rick Beech
Motion Origami is a fully-comprehensive sensible advisor that mixes a desirable historical past of the paintings, an inspirational gallery that includes the paintings for the world's most sensible origamists, specific descriptions of the paper to take advantage of and over eighty step by step initiatives designed to entertain, problem, and pleasure.
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Add stearic acid a little at a time until the pink disappears. 5 or below. The lower the pH, however, the higher the level of free fatty acids — which may manifest as cloudiness and greasiness in the finished soap. Correct by adding more lye solution (see page 114). Mix for 20 minutes, then test. Continue until the phenolphthalein registers the faintest shade of pink when dropped onto a sample. If the phenolphthalein turns pink when dropped on a gelled sample, the soap is too alkaline. 7 Add Alcohol and Glycerin Before dissolving the soap in alcohol and glycerin, please take time to read through Safety Procedures for the Use of Alcohol (pages 32–33)!
This wide discrepancy between our skin’s pH and the pH of soap explains why so many soaps are drying to the skin. This problem can be somewhat corrected by superfatting, or adding an excess of fatty acids or oils. Another process involves both superfatting the sodium soap and blending it with a soap created from the chemical compound called triethanolamine (TEA). The resulting soap is both extremely mild and easily rinsed off. The inventor of the process referred to this property as “neutrogenous,” and that’s how Neutrogena soap was born.
Don’t worry about these — they’ll all eventually dissolve. The addition of alcohol and glycerin will ensure that the opaque gelled soap will become transparent soap. Proper stirring of the soap broth helps create a soap that is firm and easy to remove from its mold. 8 Scrape the Bottom and Sides Now scrape all of the cooler, harder soap away from the bottom and sides of the pot, using a spoon or a spatula. Be sure to clean the bottom and sides thoroughly of any stubborn patches of sticking soap, particularly on the bottom of the pot.
Action Origami: Over 25 Animated Paperfolding Projects (Import) by Rick Beech