Flexible 12 Square Bars Silicone Mold
Cavity Dimensions: 2 3/4" x 2 5/8" x 1 1/4" (deep)Cavities: 12Cavity Capacity: 4 ozMold Material: Silicone
We love using this mold for testing fragrances and colors in Cold Process soap. Here's what it looks like from the back and a detail of the mold cavity.This silicone soap mold is safe up to 230 degrees Celsius, 440 degrees Fahrenheit.
I love this mold. I have no problems getting my soaps out and the sharp corners were still intact. This is not a thin flimsy mold and held up very well.
I am new to soapmaking and bought this mold because I had such a hard time getting the soap out of a hard plastic mold I bought at a craft store. This mold is so much better! It was so easy to get the soap out and it came out smooth and shiny. Totally worth the money. Will probably purchase another silicone mold now. I also had a problem with scents lingering, but will try the alcohol and baking soda paste. Thanks!
I love this mold! I bought one of these to augment my single 10" Silicone mold and after using it I have bought another. Easy to fill, easy to unmold, easy to clean. I top-rack dishwasher this mold with water only (no detergent biscuit) and it's always shiny and ready for more soap. Thank you BB for great products!
I bought this so I could make salt bars without worrying about cutting through hard bars, and I now use this more than I do my loaf molds. It's extremely easy to use in that the molds are super flexible and allow you to easily remove soap without issue. Unless I get a bit ahead of myself, I never have issues with ugly edges thanks to this mold. The only downfall I've found is that certain scents linger in the mold even after washing 2-3 times, which can be a little annoying if you want to make several batches using the same mold in a relatively short period of time. This is still one of my favorite purchases from BB, though.
Perfectly square, makes for uniform bars. While loaf shapes do sell better, this has its place for special bars. MUST put a tray under if you plan on moving it at all. Bars pop out super easy, but sometimes need an extra day before removing, depending on recipe. I've had a lot of luck with using it in the oven to force gel (170F for an hour, then turn oven off)
I find it holds a bit more than 4oz per bar, I usually end up with 4.9oz fully cured, and I could almost get 5oz if I tried.
One of my favorite molds, regret not buying more when they were on sale!
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