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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soap

SOAP originally stood for "Simple Object Access Protocol" but version 1.2 of the standard dropped this acronym. After SOAP was first introduced, it became the underlying layer of a more complex set of web services, based on Web Services Description Language (WSDL), XML schema and Universal Description Discovery and Integration (UDDI). These ...

www.soaphistory.net/soap-history/who-invented-soap

The Babylonians were the one ones who invented soap at 2800 B.C. They discovered that combining fats, namely animal fats, with wood ash produced a substance capable of easier cleaning. The first soap was used to wash wool used in textile industry

www.chagrinvalleysoapandsalve.com/blog/posts/what-is-the...

Chances are that when you see a soap called a "body bar," it is not soap at all. After the Great War and until the 1930's, soap was made by a method called batch kettle boiling. Commercia l soap makers had huge three story kettles that produced thousands of pounds of soap over the course of about a week. Shortly thereafter, an invention called ...

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What year was bar soap invented? Soap was made by early man thousands of years ago. In about 2200 BC the recipe for soap was found on a clay tablet. The Babylonians were the first to make soap ...

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To "convert" a hard bar soap into a soft bar soap, you essentially have to re-mill the soap. That'd be like taking a bar of hard soap, grating it into flakes, then adding a hint … of water and/or glycerin, and then remolding the soap into a bar. The result would be a soft bar soap.

www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2013/03/the-history-of-soap

Today I found out that for something that’s supposed to be clean and pure, soap has a murky past. No one knows for sure when soap was first invented, although it appears to have been around since the dawn of civilization. One of the reasons it’s so hard to pin down soap’s first appearance is ...

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When and where was soap invented? ... King Louis XIV of France apparently guillotined three soapmakers for making a bar that irritated his very sensitive Royal skin. The English began making soap during the 12th century. In 1633 King Charles I granted a 14 year monopoly to the Society of Soapmakers of Westminster. ... Soap was invented lot long ...

botaniesoap.com/blog/from-the-history-of-liquid-soap

The first liquid soap was patented in 1865, by William Shepphard. He’s often credited for inventing it, but considering his patent was officially listed as “Improved Liquid Soap,” it seems clear there was liquid soap around already. In his patent, Shepphard announced he’d discovered that adding “small quantities of common soap to a large quantity of spirits of ammonia or hartshorn ...

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Who Invented Liquid Soap? Liquid soap was first patented by William Shepphard in 1865. The first commercial brand of liquid soap was developed and sold in 1898 by the B.J. Johnson Soap Company. The product developed by the company was named "Palmolive." It became such a popular product that the Johnson Soap Company changed the company name to ...

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Soap is derived from either oils or fats. Sodium Tallowate, a common ingredient in many soaps, is in fact rendered animal fat. Soap that is made of vegetable oils, such as olive oil, are generally termed castile soap.. Purification and finishing. The common process of purifying soap involves removal of sodium chloride, sodium hydroxide, and glycerol.