18 Bar Divider Set: Have you loved your 18 bar Baltic Birch Mold so much that you need new dividers? We understand, which is why we're offering a replacement set so you can keep on making beautiful soap in your Baltic Birch Mold.
This divider set is for the 18 bar Baltic Birch Mold and includes:
2 Long End (border) Pieces: 13 1/16" Long, 2 1/8" Wide, 1/4" Thick
2 Short End (border) Pieces: 9 3/16" Long, 2 1/8" Wide, 1/4" Thick
2 Long Divider Pieces: 12 1/2" Long, 2" Wide, 1/8 Thick
5 Short Divider Pieces: 9 3/16" Long, 2" Wide, 1/8" Thick
*Set does NOT include the 18 Bar Bottom Insert
We recommend hand washing all of your molds and pieces to make sure they last a lifetime
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Susan! I'm sorry you were disappointed in this set. Our 18 Bar Divider Set is made from thin plastic so they can warp. They can easily return to normal by boiling them so the plastic becomes more malleable then set them back into your mold as if you're about to make soap overnight. Our Unfinished Birchwood Molds do make different shaped soap than the 5 and 10 pound Wood Loaf Molds as they are slab molds versus loaf molds.
Reply from Bramble BerryHi Maryann! I'm so glad you at first loved our 18 Bar Divider Set when you first used them! Though, I'm sorry you were later disappointed. Because these dividers are plastic they can warp. You can try heating them with boiling water to make them more pliable, dry them off, then put them into the grid pattern in your mold overnight. They should return to normal! I will email you personally to resolve this issue.
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