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Flexible 12 Round Bars Silicone Mold

Overall Mold Size: 14" (l) x 11" (w)
Cavity Dimensions
: 3" x 1" (deep)
Cavities: 12
Cavity Capacity: 4 oz
Mold Material: Silicone

We love using this mold for testing fragrances and colors in Cold Process soap.
This silicone soap mold is safe up to 230 degrees Celsius, 440 degrees Fahrenheit.



Average Rating:
(based on 20 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 20 Reviews:

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by Steven
on 8/30/2015
Perfect Shaving Soap Size
Great use for making small test-batches of shaving soaps. I don't like the size/shape for normal bath soap, though. Cleans easy enough.
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by Pete
on 8/29/2015
Works Great
I have been using this mold for HP shaving soap. It makes perfect pucks every time. Pucks release easily with little effort. I use it for small 1-2 pound batches. I plan to buy more when I start making larger batches.
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by Stuffedpretzel
on 4/13/2015
Not a review but a Question
Can anyone tell me if this mold is food safe?

Terah from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi there! Our 12 Bar Round Silicone Mold can handle up to 446 (230 C) degrees F. So you could definitely use it for baking/cooking. It is food safe, though we are not a food safe facility so make sure you wash it before use! I will email you personally to discuss this further.

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by Diane
on 3/19/2015
After using PVC for years, got several of these on sale. All I can say is...what took me so long? I no longer dread making round soaps.
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on 3/1/2015
Nice Soap Size But Frustrating
I have made 3 batches with this mold and it makes great soap. It fits my small 2lb batches with room to spare. The soap size is a perfect fit for my kids and my husband's hands. After 3 days, it slides right out, even without freezing. The problem is, I have a nice pour but it's not perfect. The top of this mold is like grainy sandpaper so you can't just slide the soap back into the cavity. It just gets caught in the texture on the top so any soap that overflows etc. is pretty much lost. My sister had the same problem but I didn't listen and bought the mold anyway. I manage to move the soap using a knife to slide it into a spoon but that's a lot of work compared to other molds on the market. I think the resulting soap is worth it but beware if your technique includes sliding overflow.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Msemejuru! I'm so glad you find that the 12 bar Round Silicone Mold makes great soap! We think so too! Though, I'm sorry that you find it troublesome to be unable to slide the soap back into the cavities when there is an overflow. I will email you personally to discuss this further.

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