Disposal of cooking oil

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Finally, if you fancy yourself the amateur scientist or are just a hobbyist, you could turn it into soap.

Please don't give Tom17 any more ideas to make things. He is already working on something to do with candle wax using an old tin and water. *sigh*

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hehehe.. my ears did actually perk at the idea :)

 

But I dont want old bits of chips and chicken fingers in my soap so I dismissed the idea :)

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showem: you don't think I could market Doggies Recycled Natürliche Bioseife mit Echtem Pommes-Duft? There are a lot of Krauts who will buy anything that is:

1) "natural"

2) "bio"

3) recycled

4) Made in Germany

5) not made by a large company

 

Of course I'd filter the stuff first, although I could do one type leaving in all the little crispies to compete with lava soap.

 

woof.

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Bad Doggie, I think there is a gap in the market. But is there a market in the gap? Hmm... have to convince people that deep-fried carbohydrates aren't carcinogenic when rubbed on your skin, just a great way to exfoliate.

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If only it would exfoliate the fat it puts onto your body...I think there could be a nice market niche for that.

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