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Sabon making..madali lang.
« on: March 18, 2006, 01:04:15 PM »
I have watched negosyo atbp kanina sa net25 10:30am , madali lang pala gumawa ng diswashing soap. I do really want to go into the business... Pero mayron akong problema. Hope you guys can help.

1. Where can I buy the materials like...a. coco fatty acid b. Preservative c. coloring d. essenetial oil

2. In case gusto ko na may anti bacteria, saan ako makakabili at gaano kadami.

Kung meron dyan who can supply, please forward your quotation din (prices).

Maraming salamat for helping us.....home biz entreps.


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Re: Sabon making..madali lang.
« Reply #1 on: March 18, 2006, 01:39:00 PM »
Hello,

Make sure that you use primarily food-grade chemicals in making your dishwashing liquid.   Good suply houses for your needs are BE Scientific in UP Diliman and Alysson's Chemicals in Araneta Ave.  We have previously dealt with these companies and they give good quality chemicals.

Caution: there are a lot of fly-by-night companies that will give you substandard or even contaminated chemicals.   Be very careful.

Also, follow the MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) for the handling of these chemicals.   In its pure form, these chemicals can actually harm.   MSDS is available upon request (free of charge) from rep*table suppliers.

I hope this helps.

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« Reply #2 on: March 18, 2006, 03:10:50 PM »
Thank you very much sir, for the information. I appreciate your willingness to help entreps like us without expecting anything in return. God bless.

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Re: Sabon making..madali lang.
« Reply #3 on: March 19, 2006, 11:48:43 PM »
where can I buy fatty acids (coconut). ingredient yun sa sabon making.
salamat.

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Re: Sabon making..madali lang.
« Reply #4 on: March 20, 2006, 12:27:43 AM »
Hello,

You can buy it from chemical suppliers or from dealers of coconut-based cooking oil.   You can actually use the commercial cooking oil and experiment on it a bit.  I encountered a soap maker that even uses virgin coconut oil in his soaps.

I hope this helps.

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Re: Sabon making..madali lang.
« Reply #5 on: March 21, 2006, 05:08:59 AM »
 ;)baka pwede mo naman i share sa amin kung paano pag gawa thanks!

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Re: Sabon making..madali lang.
« Reply #6 on: March 21, 2006, 10:29:34 AM »
;)baka pwede mo naman i share sa amin kung paano pag gawa thanks!

Hello,

I'm not confident about just posting the procedures here since we are talking about a product that is potentially hazardous if not done properly.   The chemicals needs to be handled properly as it can be dangerous to both manufacturer and user.   Additionally, there are considerations in its manufacture such as government regulations (BFAD, DENR, BPS) and laboratory testing (pH, density, etc).

If you guys are really serious about learning it, contact me [email protected].

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Re: Sabon making..madali lang.
« Reply #7 on: March 22, 2006, 08:45:13 AM »
Thank you sir. I have also some new info at share ko in this forum later..para yung guston na gawing hobby or small business lang can also benefit. Salamat.

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Re: Sabon making..madali lang.
« Reply #8 on: March 23, 2006, 03:25:30 AM »
Ito po ang napanood ko sa magnegosyo tayo...

a. 5.5 liters na tubig
b. Ilagay at tunawin ang coloring
c. Ilagay and 500gms Fatty Acid (coconut) at haluin. Isang direksyon na paghalo.
d. Ilagay ang preservative habang hinahalo.
e. Ilagay ang essential oil (sweet orange) 7ml lang.
f. 1 minute pa na haluin.
g. Kung ilalagay sa bote para ibenta...hayaan muna for 24hrs bago ibote para mawala ang bula.

Now, I went to qc kahapon at nagtanong sa chemical company doon. Sabi nila yung Fatty acid (coconut) ay CFAS at cost P120per kg.

If you have any other info about sabon making na can help us (and others who wants to have a business or just a hobby din) please feel free to post. I appreciate Mr. gerelroa for contributing info on this thread.

Tomorrow I wll posting some info I got from negoeskuwela..newspaper about sabon making. Hope you (the one reading this thread) will benefit in sabon making. Salamat uli.

 

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Re: Sabon making..madali lang.
« Reply #9 on: March 23, 2006, 04:07:30 PM »
Hello,

Just an additional input: if you have to buy the chemical components of the soap, make sure of two things:

1. Buy from rep*table suppliers.   One way to tell is by asking for the MSDS of the product you are buying.   Rep*table suppliers know what it means.

2. Buy chemicals that are FOOD GRADE.   There are different grades of chemicals.   Make sure you get the right type as other types can leave harmful residues (though they are generally cheaper).   It is usually indicated in the label or you can get it from rep*table suppliers.

When handling the chemicals, make sure that you WEAR GLOVES!   Even just the usual kitchen gloves will do.   In its pure form, some of the chemicals can be corrosive or harmful to the skin.

I hope this helps.

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Re: Sabon making..madali lang.
« Reply #10 on: March 24, 2006, 12:33:31 PM »
AT eto na po yung process from nego kurso na magazine na nabasa ko.

Mga sangkap.
labs -25%solusyon
caustic soda -45% solusyon
sodium sulfate -15% solusyon
Pabango - 5% solusyon
tubig

1.ilagay ang labs sa isang lalagyan (lata o plastic)
2. Idagdag ang caustic soda lalagyan. Itabi muna.
3.Idagdag ang sodium sulfate sa 200ml na tubig. Haluin ito sa pamamagitan ng kutsarang kahoy.
4. Ibuhos ang pinaghalong sodium sulfate at tubig sa iyong lalagyan.
5. Dahan idagdag ang 500ml na tubig dito habang hinahalo ito hanggang "homogenous" o parang iisang sangkap na lamang. Itabi muna.
6. Tunawin ang pangkulay (berde) sa tubig gamit ang stirring rod (panghalo).
7. Ibuhos ang pangkulay sa iyong lalagyan.
8 Dagdagan ng pabango.

O pwde na tayo mag negosyo...at tipid pa sa gamit sa bahay. Pero siguro meron kayong tanong?

1. Ano ba ang labs at saan nakakabili?
2. Caustic soda - 45% solusyon....paano ba ang paggawa ng ganitong solusyon. Ibig ba sabihin ay 45% caustic soda at 55% tubig?
3. Di masyadong malinaw ang quantity or volume na gagamitin.
Can somebody help us on this...para naman we can start. Salamat at may God bless you for your willingness to help others.

Regards,

Richard A. Enriquez

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Re: Sabon making..madali lang.
« Reply #11 on: March 26, 2006, 09:25:43 AM »
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Re: Sabon making..madali lang.
« Reply #12 on: March 26, 2006, 12:04:47 PM »
AT eto na po yung process from nego kurso na magazine na nabasa ko.

Mga sangkap.
labs -25%solusyon
caustic soda -45% solusyon
sodium sulfate -15% solusyon
Pabango - 5% solusyon
tubig

1.ilagay ang labs sa isang lalagyan (lata o plastic)
2. Idagdag ang caustic soda lalagyan. Itabi muna.
3.Idagdag ang sodium sulfate sa 200ml na tubig. Haluin ito sa pamamagitan ng kutsarang kahoy.
4. Ibuhos ang pinaghalong sodium sulfate at tubig sa iyong lalagyan.
5. Dahan idagdag ang 500ml na tubig dito habang hinahalo ito hanggang "homogenous" o parang iisang sangkap na lamang. Itabi muna.
6. Tunawin ang pangkulay (berde) sa tubig gamit ang stirring rod (panghalo).
7. Ibuhos ang pangkulay sa iyong lalagyan.
8 Dagdagan ng pabango.

O pwde na tayo mag negosyo...at tipid pa sa gamit sa bahay. Pero siguro meron kayong tanong?

1. Ano ba ang labs at saan nakakabili?
2. Caustic soda - 45% solusyon....paano ba ang paggawa ng ganitong solusyon. Ibig ba sabihin ay 45% caustic soda at 55% tubig?
3. Di masyadong malinaw ang quantity or volume na g@g@mitin.
Can somebody help us on this...para naman we can start. Salamat at may God bless you for your willingness to help others.

Regards,

Richard A. Enriquez

Hello,

I'm not sure why my previous post on this matter was not posted, but here is what it said:

First of all, LABS stands for Linear Alkyl Benzyl Sulfonate.   This is a surfactant (the active ingredient).   You need to be careful with this substance since it can give you chemical burns if you are not careful.   The trade of this substance is also regulated by law because of its potential hazards.   This substance is also a potent environmental hazard.

Caustic soda is Sodium Hydroxide, more popularly known as SOSA.   This substance is corrosive and must be handled with care.   For dishwashing liquid, you cannot use SOSA because it is a health hazard, you need to get the FOOD GRADE type.

The amounts to be used will depend on how the 25%, 45%, etc was gotten.   25% LABS can mean 25 grams of LABS is added to 75 grams of water.   

Again, you need to be very careful when working with pure forms of the chemicals.   Please do not pour down the drain excess chemicals.   Always wear protection like gloves, face masks and goggles.   Better be safe than sorry.

I hope this helps.

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Re: Sabon making..madali lang.
« Reply #13 on: March 26, 2006, 12:25:26 PM »
maganda po nag thread na ito.

how about po pag gawa ng papaya soap, avocado soap, ung iba iba ang magiging product output? Saang process po kaya ng soap making yun.

salamat po sa patuloy na pag post

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Re: Sabon making..madali lang.
« Reply #14 on: March 26, 2006, 12:50:40 PM »
Hello,

Going for the fruit soaps is a more complicated process since you need to monitor several physical and chemical properties.   I suggest you try your hands first on pre-made soap bases and the basic soaps before going into it.

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