So I want to attempt cold process soap making this weekend. I am working on an extreme budget so I was improvising with molds and I'm using an idea I found to use Pringle's cans as a mold and will cut them into rounds. I have a recipe with inexpensive ingredients with Crisco being the basic oil. You guys have probably all seen the recipe as it is all over the internet, I keep finding the same one for Crisco. I was going to shop the Goodwill for a few of the kitchen items that I do not have such as a big pot I can dedicate to soapmaking. I plan on using my big open woodshed as my workspace and set up a sawhorse table. Any thoughts about using this as a first project using those molds? Other ideas for easy and cheap first time soap making recipes or molds? I've also read to use an improvised wood mold with trash bag liners? Any good ideas would be useful.....I have read quite a bit regarding the safety issues. What kind of safety gear you have that works best would be helpful to know before I go "shop" for this stuff at the used stores, too. Thanks!