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Powdered Soap Made From Corn
"It works better than any other pumice-type hand-cleaning soap on the market," says Richard Layden about his new "industrial strength" powdered soap that's made with about 60 percent corn. The corn is ground up and mixed with borax, lanolin, and other ingredients.
  "Corn Soap" is sold in 16-oz. plastic bottles with holes in the top so you can pour the soap out like salt in a shaker. It's ideal for cleaning up greasy hands and can also be used as a laundry soap, says Layden.
  Layden says the soap has no phosphates and can be used in either hot or cold water. "It removes dirt, grease, and grime from clothing without leaving sludge or film in the wash basin. It also deodorizes and neutralizes fish and hog odors. And although it'll wash off almost anything, it's mild on your hands."
  Sells for $1.50 per bottle plus S&H.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Richard Layden, 11443 East 4200 North, Hoopeston, Ill. 60942 (ph 217 283-6864).

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1999 - Volume #23, Issue #2