Grandpa's Pine Tar Soap
Made the same way since 1878, with a strong pine tar scent that cuts through the stench, but washes off thoroughly. Most women hate the smell, most men love it. Many washers use it to cure or appease skin problems, or as a contact lens wash; and besides all that, it also works well as shampoo for lots of folks (although one guy accused it of turning his hair into a matted mess; and one woman said it turned her hair to straw. I/Grant like it, though. It never builds up, doesn't strip your hair of oils, but gets out the grease. Our best selling item by far, and at just $6 for a big, quarter-pound cake, you might as well try it. Footnote for vegans: Grampa's removed the tallow from their recipe a couple of years ago.