GMP or Potatoes? 1

Don't get caught with your potatoes half peeled!

Don’t get caught with your potatoes half peeled!

When it comes to explicit instructions of how to follow a procedure, you can’t skip any details. Part of GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) is writing a good instruction set for anyone to pick up your job and make exactly what you make.

I’m not sure where this photo has come from, but I know it has circulated around the Internet. The commentary to go along with the photo is the wife giving the husband, who wants to help, these instructions: Honey, grab that bag of potatoes and peel half. Put them in a pot of water on the stove. I’ll be there in a minute.

Never get caught with your potatoes half peeled! Write good instructions so your staff can do what you do!


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I started in 1996 with the help of my husband. Now I get to help people make all kinds of soaps and bath and body products. I think my favorite things to make are lip balms and lotions/creams. Of course I get most of the soap technical support questions because that is my strong knowledge area. Glad this blog is here!

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