Are you looking to level up your soap game? Are you tired of using a vegetable peeler to clean up your bars? Have you looked into other beveling tools, but found that they limit your options and are priced out of reach?
Look no further! Introducing my NEW Designer EDGE™ Soap Beveling tool to give you PICTURE PERFECT, beveled edges EVERY SINGLE TIME!
It's small, it's compact, it's affordable, and it gives you control over your creations! Choose from 4 precise blades and adjust them with a simple knob to take off exactly how much you'd like off your bars of soap. You have the option of a straight blade, a rounded edge that seamlessly blends your sides in the front surface, a compromise between the two that gives you a distinct surface without the sharp edges, and a fun and whimsical one that gives you a what seems to be a separate frame around your bar! You can even use combinations of the 4, and I have found that the rounded edge and the frame are especially cool when used together (one at a time, over the same edge)! AND it can be used on both COLD PROCESS and MELT and POUR bars!
I have been using a handmade version of this tool for more than 5 years now, and keeping it a secret for the longest time. I first shared this idea and worked on a prototype with one company for two years, and then got to work with a second manufacturer from whom I was able to order. I am extremely excited to be able to finally offer it to all of you!
PRO-TIP: For the cleanest look, have the sides already planed and even before beveling the corners. This is especially important if your molds bow out! For an even more elevated look, plane your bar surfaces after using the beveler!
Be sure to check out this video to see it in use! Please note that I am using the hardest bars I could find, and the pink ones in the video had been cured for well over a year before I tested the beveler blades on them! Freshly cut bars will glide right across even more easily! https://youtu.be/hWsUDsmxxFY
Technical Notes: For adjusting the blade heights, turn the big knob clockwise to lower it and get a smaller bevel, and counter clockwise to raise it and take more of an edge off. When switching blades, loosen the inner screw, remove the one installed, and place a new one in with the white marking facing up. Then, tighten and adjust the height if necessary! If you find that you are having trouble turning the knob to adjust the blade, loosen the screw that is holding it a little bit, adjust the height again, and then tighten the screw once more. You may need to lower the blade before replacing it with another.
Thank you for your support!