A Bremerton woman is cleaning up with recycled cooking oil.

Laura Kneib collects oil from restaurants then filters and mixes it with lye, water and scents to create cleansers she calls FROG soap. FROG stands for "From Recycled Oil & Glycerin."

The Kitsap Sun reports soap-making has taken over her house. She sells soap through a website, farmers markets and holiday bazaars. She can produce about 224 bars of soap a day and they sell for about $5 each.

She expects her sales to grow and hopes the idea of recycled veggie oil soap goes mainstream.