I don't like it for two reasons:
1. The soap doesn't always come out perfectly smooth. The blade sticks to the soap, you have to pry it off, which leaves behind markings.
2. It doesn't cut a consistent exact bar. There is a little wiggle room in the grooves that the blade slides through, which isn't too noticeable in a rectangular soap that fits the base perfectly. However, when I use it to cut my circular shaving soaps, it shifts slightly causing the soap to look lopsided when set on a flat surface.
What soap cutter do you recommend and why? Or what soap cutter do you have and why do you like or dislike it?
I could certainly buy a different cutter, but I don't want the rejects to pile up in the garage. It's best to ask others that actually use the equipment. So don't hold back!
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