Kemiri Sunan Oil .

Kemiri oil derivative products . widely used as raw material for various industrial products. Among others are for paints, varnishes, soap, linoleum, cloth oil, resin, synthetic leather, lubricants, canvass, and mixed in the cleaning / polishing,  food and medicines container protector, covering wire and other metal surfaces such as used in radio, radar, telephone, and telegraph equipment.

 Kemiri Sunan can be used as raw material for soap because it gives a good foaming effect and provide a positive effect on the skin, especially when added to the formula of glycerin soap. Kemiri oil utilization  as materials for soap is one of product diversification efforts, and has economic value. .

 Soap-making technology very simple, that is just a process of mixing (blending), stirring and printing. The materials required in the manufacture of opaque soap is .Kemiri Sunan oil, NaOH, and water. Besides these materials, fragrances and dyes are also added to increase the appeal of soap products produced. As a fragrance ingredient or flavor can be used ingredients that are easily found in the community, or other essential oils. The addition of fragrance into the soap can serve as an aroma therapy.

 The materials used in the formula is an opaque soap .Kemiri Sunan oil 50 g, 30% NaOH 23 g, 3 g starch, 10 g of water, dyes and perfumes. Opaque soap making is done by heating the Kemiri Sunan oil. to 70 Degrees Celcius, then added 30% NaOH, mix starch and water and heated at a temperature of 700C. Then provide the half processed mixture with fragrances and dyes and then printing can ber done. Opaque soap is suitable to be developed especially for rural communities. To print them into various shapes can be used simple tools such as plastic pipes and gelatin molds. Flow chart of the process of making an opaque soap as follows:


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