3D Soap Molds will cast a double sided, three dimensional bar of soap, just like commercial store bought bars. Each two-part mold features a convenient built-in funnel to facilitate filling of the mold, also featured is a precision channel designed to align the two mold halves together, and eliminate leaking. Two Heavy Duty Rubber Bands are included with each two-part soap mold, which are used to hold the mold tightly together during use.
These molds have been successfully tested with glycerin temperatures of up to 194°F without warping, it is recommended to pour your soap base at as low of a temperature as possible, which will increase the mold's working life. Typical unmolding time for Melt and Pour soaps is 24 hours, for Cold Process soaps 48-60 hours. Any of these 3D soap molds would be perfect for creating the classic Soap on a Rope.
Read step-by-step illustrated instructions on using 3D soap molds.
Read step-by-step instructions for making Soap-on-a-rope
2 Piece Ice Sphere Mold: This fun and inventive 3D mold makes 14 perfectly round soap spheres. Embed them in your soap or just use them as guest soaps...click to read more
Super flexible, easy to use. Giant Bouncy Ball, Holiday Snow Globe, and Layered Sphere are just a few of the creative designs you can make with this mold....click to read more
Size: 3" x 3" x 1.25" Cavities: 1 Cavity Size: 4.5 oz....click to read more
Size: 3.75" x 2.75" x 1.5" Cavities: 1 Cavity Size: 5 oz....click to read more
Size: 3.5" x 2.35" x 1.125" Cavities: 1 Cavity Size: 4.75 oz....click to read more
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