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How To Make Money Soap

By on December 5, 2014

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We are always looking for new and exciting gifts for people on special occasions, such as: holidays and birthdays, especially great gifts for kids. Sometimes we search and search and can find nothing of interest that would be the perfect gift fit for the targeted person. This is a reason why we just give in to one of the most common gifts of all – money. Well, we have an idea that is incredibly perfect for pre-teens. It incorporates money and a gift all in one product, literally, and that product is called – money soap. Not only can you give pre-teens the most common gift that they can most appreciate, but you can support the fight against germs by getting kids to wash their hands more often.

Money soap can be made to compliment a kid’s favorite color and scent, which may help encourage them wash their hands more often. It is quite common for kids to miss out on washing their hands but, when they are aware that there may be a reward for washing their hands, this may become a welcome habit as they get older.

The process of creating money soap is quite simple but it does have specific instructions on how to create a product that will encourage kids to wash their hands more often instead of simply focusing on getting the reward. The amount of money included in this product is up to you, but $1, $5, $10, and $20 bills are most common and may be the incentive they need to work hard to obtain it.

These soaps may cost you on average, $15 a piece on the market, but it does not have to cost you as much to make your own. Money soap is a great gift to give for the holidays and birthdays, and can really put a smile on a kid’s face, while also supporting the fight against passing along germs.

To find out more about creating money soap, visit instructables.com here…

How To Make Money Soap


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