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    Susan Tuthill, one of the three owners of Forever Clean Soap in Vassalboro, cuts bars of homemade soap on Monday.

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    Forever Clean Soap owners Susan Tuthill, left, and Terry Hiltz pour warm merlot variety soap into a mold as Cindy Scott prepares another batch at the company in Vassalboro on Monday.

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    Forever Clean Soap owners, from left, Terry Hiltz, Cindy Scott and Susan Tuthill, pose with some of the varieties of soaps made in Vassalboro on Monday.

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    Cindy Scott, one of the three owners of Forever Clean Soap in Vassalboro, hammers a stamp on to a bar of "Cool Water for Men" that was made at the company on Monday.

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    Forever Clean Soap owners Susan Tuthill, left, and Terry Hiltz pour different colors into a mold while making the "Independence" variety of soap at the company in Vassalboro on Monday.

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    Dishes filled with different colored dyes used to make the varieties of soaps at Forever Clean Soap in Vassalboro on Monday.

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