HOW TO MAKE SOAP IN THE
TRADITIONAL STYLE USING
RECYCLED MATERIALS
MATERIALS
MANY PEOPLE BROUGHT TO SCHOOL RECYCLED OIL
MATERIALS: WE TESTED DIFFERENT TYPES OF OIL
DIFFERENT TOOLS: STIRRING PINS, GLASSES AND CARTONBOARD/ PLASTIC RECIPIENTS
TAP WATER
GRADUATED CYLINDERS
SODIUM HYDROXIDE AND PERFUME IN OIL
MATERIALS: WATER, OIL AND SODIUM HYDROXIDE
MATERIALS: ELECTRONIC WEIGHING MACHINE
TY
MATERIALS: YOU MAY ALSO ADD DRIED LEAVES AND FLOWERS
MORE DRIED LEAVES
TEACHERS TESTED THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF OIL
WE HAD TO WEIGH 32 GRAMS OF SODIUM HYDROXIDE FOR 120 ML OF WATER
GRADUATED CYLINDER, VEGETABLE RECYCLED OIL, WATER AND A STIRRING PIN
ALL THE INGREDIENTS TOGETHER
PROCESS
EACH PAIR HAS THE MATERIALS ON THE TABLE
CHEMICAL PROCESS OF
SAPONIFICATION
LISTENING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS
PUTTING ON THEIR GLASSES
LISTENING CAREFULLY
STUDENTS LISTENING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS
GETTING READY TO START
LISTENING CAREFULLY
READY TO START
WHICH IS THE PROCESS?
STUDENTS HELPING EACH OTHER
HELPING STUDENTS TO WEIGH THE
SODIUM HYDROXIDE
WEIGHING THE SODIUM HIDROXIDE
IT HAS TO BE EXACTLY WEIGHED
GRADUATED CYLINDERS HAVE TO BE FILLED IN WITH 120 ML OF WATER
WATER IS ADDED TO THE WATER HYDROXIDE AND STIRRED ONCE AND AGAIN
WATER AND THE SODIUM HYDROXIDE HAS TO BE STIRRED WITHOUT STOPPING
THE OIL IS ADDED DROPWISELY TO THE MIXTURE OF WATER AND SODIUM HYDROXIDE
STIRRING THE MIXTURE WITHOUT STOPPING
STIRRING THE SOAP
Soap is getting thicker Soap is being formed
PERFUMED OIL MAY BE ADDED TO THE MIXTURE
PERFUME MAY NOT HAVE ANY ALCOHOL
EACH PAIR MADE A DIFFERENT SOAP
THIS PAIR HAD TO HEAT IT TO ACCELERATE THE PROCESS
THE SOAP IS ALMOST READY
RESULT
DIFFERENT SHAPES OF SOAP
LETTING IT DRY ON THE WINDOW SILL
VIDEO
VIDEO
SOAP IN MANY SHAPES AND COLOURS
DIFFERENT SOAPS MADE BY STUDENTS
FINISHED SOAPS
WRAPPING THEM
PACKING THE SOAP
WRITING THE LABELS
THE SOAP HAS ALREADY BEEN PACKED BY
STUDENTS
THE END
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  • We tested used oilve oil, used sunflower oil, mixed oils and new vegetable oils (sunflower and olive)
  • However, the colour may change
  • On the left new sunflower oil ( which didn´t work), in the middle, recycled mixed oil, on the right recycled sunflower oil. It worked with both recycled oils
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    1. 1. HOW TO MAKE SOAP IN THE TRADITIONAL STYLE USING RECYCLED MATERIALS
    2. 2. MATERIALS
    3. 3. MANY PEOPLE BROUGHT TO SCHOOL RECYCLED OIL
    4. 4. MATERIALS: WE TESTED DIFFERENT TYPES OF OIL
    5. 5. DIFFERENT TOOLS: STIRRING PINS, GLASSES AND CARTONBOARD/ PLASTIC RECIPIENTS
    6. 6. TAP WATER
    7. 7. GRADUATED CYLINDERS
    8. 8. SODIUM HYDROXIDE AND PERFUME IN OIL
    9. 9. MATERIALS: WATER, OIL AND SODIUM HYDROXIDE
    10. 10. MATERIALS: ELECTRONIC WEIGHING MACHINE
    11. 11. TY MATERIALS: YOU MAY ALSO ADD DRIED LEAVES AND FLOWERS
    12. 12. MORE DRIED LEAVES
    13. 13. TEACHERS TESTED THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF OIL
    14. 14. WE HAD TO WEIGH 32 GRAMS OF SODIUM HYDROXIDE FOR 120 ML OF WATER
    15. 15. GRADUATED CYLINDER, VEGETABLE RECYCLED OIL, WATER AND A STIRRING PIN
    16. 16. ALL THE INGREDIENTS TOGETHER
    17. 17. PROCESS
    18. 18. EACH PAIR HAS THE MATERIALS ON THE TABLE
    19. 19. CHEMICAL PROCESS OF SAPONIFICATION
    20. 20. LISTENING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS
    21. 21. PUTTING ON THEIR GLASSES
    22. 22. LISTENING CAREFULLY
    23. 23. STUDENTS LISTENING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS
    24. 24. GETTING READY TO START
    25. 25. LISTENING CAREFULLY
    26. 26. READY TO START
    27. 27. WHICH IS THE PROCESS?
    28. 28. STUDENTS HELPING EACH OTHER
    29. 29. HELPING STUDENTS TO WEIGH THE SODIUM HYDROXIDE
    30. 30. WEIGHING THE SODIUM HIDROXIDE
    31. 31. IT HAS TO BE EXACTLY WEIGHED
    32. 32. GRADUATED CYLINDERS HAVE TO BE FILLED IN WITH 120 ML OF WATER
    33. 33. WATER IS ADDED TO THE WATER HYDROXIDE AND STIRRED ONCE AND AGAIN
    34. 34. WATER AND THE SODIUM HYDROXIDE HAS TO BE STIRRED WITHOUT STOPPING
    35. 35. THE OIL IS ADDED DROPWISELY TO THE MIXTURE OF WATER AND SODIUM HYDROXIDE
    36. 36. STIRRING THE MIXTURE WITHOUT STOPPING
    37. 37. STIRRING THE SOAP
    38. 38. Soap is getting thicker Soap is being formed
    39. 39. PERFUMED OIL MAY BE ADDED TO THE MIXTURE
    40. 40. PERFUME MAY NOT HAVE ANY ALCOHOL
    41. 41. EACH PAIR MADE A DIFFERENT SOAP
    42. 42. THIS PAIR HAD TO HEAT IT TO ACCELERATE THE PROCESS
    43. 43. THE SOAP IS ALMOST READY
    44. 44. RESULT
    45. 45. DIFFERENT SHAPES OF SOAP
    46. 46. LETTING IT DRY ON THE WINDOW SILL
    47. 47. VIDEO VIDEO
    48. 48. SOAP IN MANY SHAPES AND COLOURS
    49. 49. DIFFERENT SOAPS MADE BY STUDENTS
    50. 50. FINISHED SOAPS
    51. 51. WRAPPING THEM
    52. 52. PACKING THE SOAP
    53. 53. WRITING THE LABELS
    54. 54. THE SOAP HAS ALREADY BEEN PACKED BY STUDENTS
    55. 55. THE END

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