Super Thin Wires to maneuver your fish when making Fish in a Bag Soaps
Simply make a hole with a pin in your plastic fish, poke the wire through and bend underneath the fish. Pop it into the bag and fill with soap, tie the top of the bag, we recommend our Twist tie ribbon bows for ease of use and to make perfect bows every time, click HERE for the ribbon bows.
Clip up (we use the $2 shop plastic clothes lines with all the pegs), then taking the wire, move the fish around in the bag of melted soap until it is "swimming" where you like. Allow to set.
- Bag full of wires
- Super Thin
- Firm strength
- Approximately 20-30 per bag
- Won't leave a visible mark if removed when just set (not fully hardened)
- No more "dead fish" each fish will swim exactly where you want it to
- Also for craft use
* Handy get it right TIPs:
- Move the fish to the outside of the bag to see it more clearly, even in the clearest soaps, a fish right in the middle of the soap is harder to see.
- Adding the slightest touch of blue to your soap base will make the "water" appear clearer (We use a drop of blue pigment in water and then add a few drops of the water to the melted soap base so it is only a hint of blue)
- Take a little Rock Salt and place in a bag with Mica Powder and shake to colour the rock salt with beautiful non bleeding colours, add a small amount of this in the bottom of the bag for "aquarium pebbles"
- Use our Original Crystal Clear Soap base for the best results: Melt, spritz with Isopropyl Alcohol, Allow to sit and any bubbles or impurities will come to the surface and form a "skin", poke through the skin and pour the underneath soap base it, pour carefully to avoid bubbles
Click HERE for Instructions to make Fish in a Bag Soaps