You know the remnants of your bar soap, the ones that are too small to keep from sliding out of your hand but too big to toss without feeling wasteful? Well I have a perfect little tip so you can combine them and go on your merry washing way.
Depending on the size of the bar, you can do one of two things. First, if it’s just a sliver, you can wet the new bar, set the old bar on top and press them together. Leave them there until they dry and they should seal right up creating a new bar.
If your older bar is a bit larger, you might need to take a fork and run some parallel groves on both the old and new bar. Wet the grooves in the new bar and line the groves of both bars up and press together. Let dry and Wallah! New and old bars combined make a new and improved bar!
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