Ivory Soap Cloud Fail Redux

Ivory Soap Clouds

When CraftFail reader Stephanie saw Pintester’s post on Ivory Soap Clouds, she was like “surely if it turned out okay for her, it would for me, too.”

Yeah, what could ever go wrong when you’re microwaving soap?

Even our Pintester admitted to having the clouds look a little “labia-like.”

So a few problems might be expected, right?

RIGHT?

Ivory Soap Cloud Fail

Stephanie said, “I got Ivory soap vomit all over my microwave.  And have you ever tried to clean an ENTIRE bar of soap from a microwave?”

Hmm…we all might have thought that process would have been fairly “clean.”

But, thinking about it, just how do you clean soap from a microwave?

Surely it was sparkling after that craft adventure.

Stephanie’s five year old, however, was not impressed.

Ivory Soap Cloud Fail

 

At least we know now that microwaved soap may or may not behave like vomit.

Nailed it.

6 Responses to Ivory Soap Cloud Fail Redux

  1. Angela S says:

    You have to cut the soap into quarters. Also try to keep an eye on it through the door.

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  3. Terri D says:

    Got a good laugh out of the photo. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Me says:

    Did you steal this fron Pintester.com? Really? Stephanie has her own website. I doubt she needs your “promotion”

  5. Mary Jane says:

    Salt. If your teenager ever dumps too much laundry detergent in the washer and the suds start coming up the stairs-get the mortons canister and shake it in. Same thing if you ever decide it would be easy to wash the kitchen floor by squirting dish detergent onto the floor in a mass quantity, and you can no longer see the linoleum through the suds- sprinkle salt.

  6. This same thing happened to us, what a mess

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