9 Cube Soap Silicone Mold
The cube soap mold you've been waiting for! This 9 cavity mold is great for production work or for the home crafter - since each cavity is separate you don't have to fill the entire mold at once. Although this mold holds nearly 3.5 pounds of soap (55 oz to be exact) if you fill each cavity to the tippy top we recommend filling each cavity to only 5 oz for ease of use. It high gloss finish on the inside resulting in a smooth, professional look to your soap.
Great for Cold Process and Melt & Pour soapmaking, in our tests we found that the addition of Sodium Lactate in our Cold Process recipe was essential for ensuring that the soap wasn't too soft to release from the mold. This mold also works best with a recipe that has a low superfat and the soap comes out faster when using a 15% water discount (combined with Sodium Lactate).
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Mold Size: 7-3/4" x 7-3/4" x 2.5"Cavities: 9Cavity Size: 5 oz, 2.125" x 2.125" x 1.75"
Reply from Bramble BerryHi Valerie! I'm sorry this mold wasn't your favorite. Because of the individual cavities, it can be a little tricky to get this soap out. We think it's worth it because of the adorable bars though! We recommend letting your melt and pour sit for up to 12-24 hours. Then, pull on all the sides gently to break the air lock. Turn the mold over and press gently on the back of the cavities with the heel of your hand. Also, leaving about 1/4 inch space on the top can help you pull the mold back and pop those soaps out. Unmolding the corner soaps first helps as well. I'll be emailing you personally to discuss this!
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