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Homemade Lye

Soap is a combination of three ingredients: fat, water and lye. Besides an ingredient in soap recipes, lye has other useful applications in the home. As a cleaning agent, it dissolves oil or protein-based deposits. It is a common ingredient in oven cleaners. It can be used as a paint stripper, but on wood it will raise the grain. Lye dissolves protein and oil -- meaning it can degrade soap and hair -- making it useful as a drain cleaner.

Chemically, commercial lye and homemade lye are different. The chemical name for lye made with wood ash is called potassium hydroxide. Lye manufactured for retail is called sodium hydroxide. These products require different measures for the same application. The measurements differ depending on which type of lye you are using in a recipe.

Homemade lye is best made using ash from hardwoods like maple and oak or by using fruit trees such as apple. Avoid using wood from pine trees or evergreens. A hot fire should be used to fully consume the wood, creating papery, white and thin ashes without charcoal chunks.

Collect enough hardwood ash to fill a waterproof non-metal bucket to within 3 or 4 inches of its top edge. The size of this container may vary from five gallons to barrel-sized.

Get 2 containers that are not metal. One bucket will hold the ash, the other container will catch the runoff. Drill a small hole near the bottom of the ash container. To stop the hole Use a non metal object such as a cork, wooden tooth pick, or a small dowel.

In the bottom of the ash container, place a layer of clean river gravel. Grass, hay or straw should then be added and packed 4 inches thick. Stopping three or four inches below the top edge of the bucket, pack the remaining space with ash.

At least five gallons of soft water will be needed, possibly more. Soft water is water with little or no mineral content. You can get soft water using special filters, from lava rock sources like granite or from peat or sandstone. You could also use distilled water. However, the simplest way to acquire soft water is by collecting rainwater.

Be cognizant that the location of your container should be well away from animals or children that could upend it. The container you will use to catch the runoff can be glass or even an enamel surfaced pan. Don't use metal or the lye could burn a hole in it. Position the runoff container so that splashing is minimal.

Lye may cause blindness. Swallowing lye can lead to death. Potassium hydroxide (lye) is caustic and can burn anything that it touches, reacting especially to fats and oil on skin. The chemical action of lye with fats and oils creates salts which can result in severe burns, permanent injury and scars. A lack of pain may indicate that the burn is so severe as to have caused damage to nerve endings.

Take safety precautions prior to starting. Work in a well ventilated area. The telephone numbers for poison control and emergency medical services should be at your fingertips. Cover your skin with clothing to protect yourself. Wear rubber gloves (the big yellow kind), long sleeves, have your legs covered and wear safety goggles. Keep vinegar nearby because its application will help neutralize lye burns. Washing with water worsens the effect of burns to the skin caused by lye.

Use a wooden handle or rod to press a small hole into the packed ash. Heat 1 gallon of soft water to boiling. Cautiously allow the boiling water to flow into the container of ash. The water will react with the ash by bubbling, spitting and splashing. When this action calms, slowly add another gallon of water to the ash bucket. The ashes may settle to a lower level. Add more ash to the container to keep it filled. Add enough soft water to cover the ashes in the bucket. Place a lid over the top of the ash container.

Remove the stopper from the hole at the bottom of the ash bucket and allow the runoff to drip into your catch container. This can take a whole day.

Repeat this process on days 2 and 3 by pouring the runoff through the ashes again. Your lye will be strengthened by this repetition.

A variation of this method is to leave the bucket sitting without draining it. Place the lid on the bucket, leaving it undisturbed for 72 hours. You don't want the bucket to be spilled accidentally so choose a storage location carefully. Drain the ash container when three days have passed.

The drained liquid is lye water also known as potassium hydroxide. To check the potency, place a newly laid egg that is still in its shell into the liquid. When the proper strength, your lye solution should cause the egg to float with a portion of its shell exposed with a diameter equaling 2 or 2 1/2 cm's (about the size of a nickel or a quarter). If the egg sinks, the lye water is too weak for soap making. Dilute your lye solution with more rainwater should the egg bob on top of the surfaceindicating that your solution is too strong. Be sure to dispose of the egg after use.

If the lye water is too weak, heat it to reduce the amount of liquid. Enamel finished pots have a protective coating that covers the metal, making them safe to use for this purpose, though they may not be utilized again for food preparation. Be careful when heating lye as it can be scorched. You've reached the proper potency when a chicken feather held to the heated lye solution begins dissolving. Take the lye water mixture off of the heat to cool.

When you store lye water, don't overfill your jars. Leaving space at the top allows for pouring later without splashes. Keep in a cool, dark place in tightly sealed containers, away from curious children.

The used ashes should be placed in a hole that is dug away from busy areas. When the ashes are cool, the hole may be safely filled.

To make potash crystals, place the lye water in a safe container. You'll find that glass is a good choice for this project. Leave the container uncovered in the sun until the water evaporates. Potash requires the same safety precautions in storage as outlined for the liquid form.

This and other skills are discussed in the new book, The Vision by Debi Pearl, the compelling new novel from international best-selling author who also co-wrote To Train Up A Child and the Good and Evil comic.

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