6-Second Soap Beveler™

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DESCRIPTION

✅ It only takes 6 seconds to effortlessly bevel 8 edges on one bar of soap, or 6oo bars per hour!

✅ Trouble-free "bladeless" structure.

✅ Absolutely-safe beveling element. Kid-safe!

✅ Bevel your soaps to a new level!

✅ Easy to use and clean!

Our 6-Second Soap Beveler™ only takes 6 seconds to bevel one bar of soap, or 6oo bars per hour!

The beveling movement is so soothing and addictive, that you cannot help but keep working for hours - without breaks!

Place this device on the inside edge of your workbench or container, and trim your soap with very little effort.

It is much more durable and safer than the blade-loaded wood or acrylic soap bevelers on the market. It is a one-piece tool without a blade, therefore you never have to worry about replacing a blade.

It precisely bevels the edges of your lovely soap but never cuts your precious fingers. It is even safe for kids to use as well! It's extremely easy and fun to use, and cleans instantly with water or stick it in the dishwasher!

SPECS

Materials: 14 gauge 304 stainless steel.
Finish: Glossy nickel finish.
Dimension: 1-1/8" H x 2-1/4" W x 9-13/16" L (3.0 cm x 6.0 cm x 25.0 cm).
Bevel Angle: 45 degree.
Bevel Size options: 3 mm and 5 mm.
Weight: 12 oz (0.3 kg).

 

STORY

Like most new soapmakers, I spent a small fortune on all kinds of tools when I started my soapmaking career. One of them was a conventional wooden beveler.

The wooden beveler has a blade loaded, two grooves for beveling, and a drawer on the bottom to collect trimmings. (You might have used the same thing that I am talking about here…)

I never felt confident and comfortable when I placed my soap on the groove and slid through the blade, because I was not sure if I held the soap straight enough in order to get a straight and even cut.

Most of the time, the bevels were not even at all and the blade shaved too much of my beautiful soap!

I ended up wasting lots of soaps and losing my temper! On top of that, the poor trimming performance, safety, and cleaning process were also a nightmare.

I even cut my fingers from time to time during trimming and cleaning!

To clean the whole unit, I needed to pull out the “tight” drawer to dump the trimmings, and then carefully wash it with a brush and a little water. To prevent the blade to get rusted from water, I used paper towels to dry it as soon as I cleaned the whole thing….

This frustration finally came to a happy end. Soon after I teamed up with my genius brother and his son, who have brilliant engineering minds, we invented the new tool that you are watching right now!