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The Soapmakers Store
Material Safety Data Sheet
Section 1 – Chemical Product and Company Identification
Product/Chemical Name:
Melt & Pour Soapbase, Natural
INCI Name:
Glycerin, Aqua, Sodium Stearate, Sodium
Oleate, Sorbitol, Sodium Laurate, Sodium
Myristate, Stearic Acid, Lauric Acid,
Pentasodium Pentetate, Tetrasodium
Product code: 01004
Supplier: The Soapmakers Store

Section 2 – Composition/Information on Hazardous Ingredients
Section 3 – Hazards Identification
This product is not classed as hazardous.
Section 4 – First Aid Measures
Eye Contact: Rinse immediately with plenty of water for 10 minutes at least.
Contract doctor if irritation persists.
Skin Contact: N/A
Ingestion: Give patient plenty of warm water. For large ingestion seek medical
Inhalation: Remove patient to fresh air.
Section 5 – Fire-Fighting Measures
Suitable Extinguishing Media: Foam, Carbon Dioxide or Dry Powder.
Unsuitable Extinguishing Media: Water hose.
Section 6 – Accidental Release Measures
Personal Precautions: Avoid contact with eyes.
Environmental Precautions: Do not allow to enter water courses.
Methods For Cleaning Up: Shovel into drums and remove by washing to drains.
Section 7 – Handling And Storage
Precautions In Handling: Wear gloves – specification EN420
Storage Conditions: Store the product in a clean dry place at ambient
Section 8 – Exposure Controls / Personal Protection
Hand Protection: Wear gloves
Eye Protection: Wear safety glasses
Environmental Exposure Controls: Do not allow to enter water courses.
Section 9 – Physical And Chemical Properties
Odour: Neutral
Appearance: Translucent Solid @ 25°C
pH: 7.5-8.5 neat @ 70°C
Boiling Point/Boiling Range: ca 100°C
Melting Point/Melting Range: 50-60°
Flammability (Solid/Gas): Not Flammable
Solubility in Water: Miscible
Section 10 – Stability And Reactivity
Stability: Stable under recommended storage conditions
Section 11 – Toxicological Information
Skin Contact: Prolonged contact may cause irritation.
Eye Contact: Can be an irritant.
Ingestion: May cause vomiting if large quantities are ingested.
Section 12 – Ecological Information
Ecotoxicity: May affect the pH of aquatic systems
Persistence and Degradability: Readily biodegradable
Section 13 – Disposal Considerations
Dispose of according to local and national regulations. Consult the relevantauthority for waste disposal guidelines.
Section 14 – Transport Regulations
This product is not classified as dangerous for transport.
Section 15 – Regulatory Information
Not applicable – This product is not classified as hazardous for supply/use.
Section 16 – Other Information
Disclaimer: We believe the information contained herein is current as of the date
of this Material Safety Data Sheet. Since the use of this information and of theseopinions and the conditions of use of the product are not within the control of the supplier, it is the user’s obligation to determine the conditions of safe use of this


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