Heat can be part of the problem too, but heat and humidity often go hand in hand so I think it almost always tracks back to humidity and moisture. I have quite a few of those large cans that dehydrated or freeze dried foods come in and put the whole box in there. LG combo report 3.
Have started doing as someone mentioned by immediately putting it in a 10 can that freeze dried food comes in. I place the plastic square on the jar opening and place the jar lid snuggly.
I use a blender too. This example compares the performance of clay in various forms. After tearing the box away to get it out, I tried all the methods above: Also, you can usually find some used Tupperware at a thrift shop.
What about putting the powered soaps right away into a large zip lock bag? Any moisture in the washing soda is what makes it turn clumpy. Related Questions How do you soften up rock hard brown sugar? What if I break the jar?
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I think hammering it in a plastic bag might be the best solution. The base powder may be made, for example, by spray drying a slurry containing the necessary ingredients. Ah yes, the clumping. But whereas epsom salts get moist and harden up; brown sugar gets dry and hardens up….. Report Abuse. Tags homebrew. As a general rule though, traditional powdered products usually work out the cheapest as they are cheaper to produce. Hope to see you next week.