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12 Cavity Silicone Rectangle Mold: An easy to use silicone mold for perfect rectangular bars.  Manufactured with thick and durable silicone to get rectangular bars that have flat sides and straight lines.  If you like this mold check out our 12 Bar Square, Round, or Oval Silicone Molds.

Cavity Dimensions: 2" X 3" X 1 1/2"

Cavities: 12

Cavity Capacity: 4 oz


Average Rating:
(based on 29 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 29 Reviews:

by Arsenia Blue
on 10/17/2014
I am excited to say I LOVE THIS MOLD. Received it in the mail yesterday and used it last night. Can not wait to get home and pop out the Cold process soap.My only issue is that I will not be able to bring them to a gel stage. I guess my Birchwood Mold will have to do that. My cup runneth over. I will be ordering another very soon.
by Kim
on 10/15/2014
Love this mold!
I am new to soapmaking, and this is one of the first molds I bought. It works like a champ. I make sure to pull on the sides first to break the air lock. Soap comes out easily every time with sharp corners and shiny sides. I highly recommend it!
by Carrie
on 9/16/2014
Staining is now gone thanks to customer service advice - upgrading my review
Changing my review because the staining issue was resolved by letting Isopropyl Alcohol sit in the stained cavities for a day. I can still smell the Valencia Orange / Vanilla blend I made but like I said in the prior review it doesn't affect any other soap. I'd still like some advice successfully keep my clear (or colored) M&P fingerprint free and shiny (using Isopropyl alcohol just makes the bar dull and smeared) but it's not the fault of the mold. It can make up to 5 oz bars so be careful of your pour or you'll end up with larger soaps than you may want. To achieve 4 oz bars don't fill to the top. This is definitely my "go to" mold. Look forward to using it with CP soap! It's supposed to work with that process too so I'm gonna try it for like simple facial or baby bars.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Carrie! A great way to eliminate fingerprints is to put a piece of freezer or wax paper in between your fingers and the soap. That will keep them nice and smooth. Also, alcohol shouldn't make those bars smear. I'll be emailing you personally to help troubleshoot!

by Dena
on 8/4/2014
New molds tearing the corners of my soap on removal.
I've been using these molds for 2 years and loved them. I recently purchased 10 more, and when using the new ones, I am getting corner damage as they are twice as hard to remove. I'm using MP which is the easiest the remove from molds. I suspect the Silicone type has changed to beef up the mold, but it has the unfortunate side effect of increasing the work load to remove the soap. I can't imagine using them for CP. P.S. my original molds are workhorses, I cycle through them 3 times a day and no damage. Is there something I'm missing, will they get better over time?

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Dena! I'm sorry this product wasn't your favorite. We've found that it is great for melt and pour and cold process recipes. They are made of durable silicone so they will be firm, and we haven't changed this product. A great way to get your soaps out is to pull the sides gently to release the air lock and then put firm pressure on the back with the heel of your hand. Also, it can take up to 24 hours for melt and pour to be ready to come out. Another factor may be the heat and humidity, which can cause those soaps to harden slower. I'll be emailing you personally to resolve this issue!

by Charlotte
on 7/17/2014
I really love this mold for salt bars. The inner cavities can be a little tricky to get to since they are all so close together, but it's not a big deal. As long as my bars sit long enough they basically pop right out.
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