In light of my ever-hopeful-hope that we will move from our tiny place with an impending fourth child moving in, I've been trying to declutter and really use up things from my stockpile. One thing I have not used in a long, long time is bar soap. I was an original convert to shower gel and liquid handsoap (FREE of triclosan, thankyouverymuch). No bar soap for me!
However, one of the items in my stockpile that has grown is bar soap. I don't use it, so I wouldn't buy it, but wouldn't you know there is plenty of it in our closet!? It's come from gifts and gift sets, and I decided now was the time to use it all up. So the kids have been using it and it's going well. It's totally not as gross or icky as I had made it out to be in my mind. However, being the frugalista that I am, I want to know:
WHAT DO YOU DO WITH THE TINY LEFTOVER PIECES OF SOAP SLIVERS?
I have an answer for you. I tossed them in the bottom of one of the foaming handsoap pumps I'd saved for refills, added some water, and voila! It "works for me" -- not just on Wednesdays, but every day. And wouldn't you know, the kids prefer the bar soap over the foaming soap!?!?
What do you do with the leftover tiny slivers of bar soap?
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