A mixture of high quality vegetable fats are melted and blended with
vegetable oils that are
liquid at room temperature. Each fat or oil brings something
different to the finished soap.
During years of experimentation we developed the blends and ratios that
make our soaps
everything that you have come to expect from Brammer Gap Soap Kettle.
We are often asked: "Why do you
make your soap in a stainless steel kettle, instead of the traditional
cast iron kind?"
The answer is simple. We
believe it makes better soap. Yes we have a giant old iron kettle
that we use for making
"granny soap" for
demonstrations. But for the highest quality of soap that we like
to bring to our customers, stainless
is best. It is just more
inert. The interaction between the alkali solution used to make
real soap and cast iron
might result in some metals or
other impurities in the finished product. Something, we wouldn't
pass on to our customers.