Soap Saver (Cedar)

(1 customer review)


Our All-Natural soaps contain glycerin, a humectant, which pulls in moisture. If your soaps remain wet, they will become mushy and will fall apart when you use it, shortening it’s life. The key to a long lasting bar of soap is to allow it to dry between uses, therefore, we created the soap saver to allow air to circulate around your bar. As a result, it keeps your soap dry and lasts longer.

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Our all-natural soap savers act like a deck. They lift the soap off the surface and allow gravity to pull away excess water. This helps keep water from hanging around and reduces the likelihood of your soap sticking to it.

Our soap decks are all-natural and coated with food grade mineral oil and natural waxes.

We recommend cleaning the soap dish, as needed, to remove any soap buildup. To clean your soap deck, simply hold it under warm running water and lightly brush it until all soap is removed and then allow it to air dry. Never soak your soap deck in water, or put it in a dishwasher.

This soap deck is made from cedar.

After 3 or so months you may need to recondition the wood with our Soap Saver Conditioner. This will help keep water from soaking into the wood.

Additional information

Weight 4.6 oz
Dimensions 3.5 × 2.25 × 1 in


Ingredients: Food grade mineral oil stabilized with Vitamin E, beeswax, and carnauba wax.

How to Use

Directions: Clean your soap saver under running warm water with a bristle brush. Allow the soap saver to dry completely, then apply the Soap Saver Conditioner all over the Soap Saver using a towel or brush to spread a thin coat on the surface. Allow the finish to set for 20 minutes, then wipe off the excess. Allow the Soap Saver Conditioner to harden for at least 12 hours before using.


Never soak your soap saver or run it through the dishwasher.

1 review for Soap Saver (Cedar)

  1. Brian

    Never had a mushy bar and works great for the soaps with some texture. Other smooth soaps it worked too well and I had to bang it on the counter a few times to get the soap to finally separate.

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