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10 molds
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This 2 piece plastic bath bomb mold has it all! Sleek, sturdy design, with an airtight seal along with a pre-punched eyelet that makes hanging and displaying your product simple.

To use the mold: fill each side pretty firmly, add a little extra bath bomb material to the center to keep it all together, and press the mold together. To avoid any imperfections on your bath bomb, make sure to direct pressure to the edges of the mold rather than the center. Don't forget to line up the eyelets of each side when molding. Note, if the mold is packed too firmly it can make it difficult to open and close the packaging.  

Mold Capacity: 3.8 oz

Mold Cavity Diameter: 2-1/8

Note: mold edge and eyelet add 1" to total package diameter.


Average Rating:
(based on 7 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 7 Reviews:

by Margaret
on 2/25/2015
Splits in two.
I made BEAUTIFUL bombs, right consistency looked great however like the other comments, they split in two. Do you think freezing them before unmolding would help and/or dusting some baking soda on the mold before filling? I eventually just broke apart the halves and used it to shape and let it dry as is with finger prints for personal use. I'll toy with them some more but totally bummed they came out this way.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Margaret! I'm sorry this product gave you some trouble with your bath bombs.  In our tests and recipes we found they held together when each side is packed firmly with bath bomb mix.  Then mound some more in the center just before closing the mold tightly while twisting, as seen in our Pikake Flower Bath Bombs tutorial. The twist is key! I will email you personally to help troubleshoot!

by Kathleen
on 1/15/2015
Splits in Two
I am going to have to agree with the other comments in that the bombs are very difficult to snap shut and then separate into two pieces upon opening. The concept is great and that is why I have given this three stars. You keep telling customers to refer to your foot soak tutorial but maybe what we need is a short video given that most customers are not satisfied!

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Kathleen! I'm sorry this product wasn't your favorite. We've found the easiest way to fill them is to pack the bath bomb mix firmly into each cavity, then mound some in the center before closing tightly. Thank you so much for your suggestion about a video! I'll be emailing you personally to find out what else would be helpful for you.

by Betty
on 10/27/2014
love these!
The price is right, that you can give away as a gift, or keep to use over and over. I bought 2 packages and had great success. less than 1 min per bomb (often 2-3 per min!) and done. Never had an issue coming out... and this was from a first time maker, using my own recipe! Excited to be ordering more to get more made. 50-100 bath bombs made per mold and still going strong!
by Kristie
on 8/20/2014
Looks like it would be great, hard to use (for crafter and customer)
I wavered between a 2- or 3-star rating. 3-Stars because it is TOUGH to get enough product in (and *specifically* in the spots where it needs to be), and still be able to seal the two ends together. I spent at least a full 3 minutes per bath bomb, between packing down the product, overfilling with excess, scraping off the excess in all the areas it needs to be free from in order to close correctly, and then finally shutting it as quickly as humanly possible before all my efforts were for naught. If at any point in the process you touch any area other than the outer edge, the mark will stay on the bath bomb. It took about 5 before I figured out the system to get it 'kind of streamlined'. The 3rd star was lost when I tried to re-open one of them. Lord help you (and customers!)! :) I can't imagine reusing one of these. I used two different shaped spatulas to try to edge it open, pulled, pried, etc. Way too user-unfriendly. But they're cute!

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Kristie! I'm sorry this product gave you some trouble. If these molds are overfilled, they can be difficult to open. We've found the easiest way to fill them is to pack the mixture firmly into each side, then mound a little in the center before closing, as seen in this Invigorating Foot Soak Tutorial. I'll be emailing you personally to help resolve this issue!

by Megan
on 7/25/2014
This has great potential - I love the other two mold and package combinations - but the execution is confusing. It may be operator error, but I'm having a hard time filling these sufficiently while leaving enough space for the sides to snap together sufficiently. I'd love to see a simple tutorial on the use of this product.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Megan! I'm sorry these bath bombs weren't your favorite. We recommend filling with your fizzy to bottom ridge, mounding in the middle on both sides, and then squishing and turning to get them to stay together. You can see them used in this Invigorating Foot Soak Tutorial. I will be emailing you personally to help troubleshoot!

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