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Coconut Oil – 76 Degree (1 gallon)

Standard 76 degree, RBD, (“refined, bleached and deodorized”), food-quality coconut oil. Brings bubbles to soap.

This is plain coconut oil, not virgin. We recommend no higher than 30% of coconut oil in soap so as not to be too drying. For formulas which need to stay solid at room temp (scrubs, body butters) please consider using our 92 Degree Coconut Oil.

$24.95

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Product Description

1 gallon is approximately 7 pounds 10 ounces of coconut oil. Dispensed by volume, not weight.
Recommended SAP Value (Sodium Hydroxide) = .183

Additional Information

Weight 8.5 lbs
Dimensions 8 x 8 x 8 in

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