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Heavy Duty Column Mold with Reusable Liner - These innovative molds make a perfectly round loaf of soap.  Each mold includes a removable liner and end cap.  The new wavy texture allows the liner and end cap to be easily removed. But don't worry, the removable liner keeps the soap perfectly smooth and round.  The flexible plastic liner is thick and sturdy for easy removal of cold process or melt and pour soap.

Size: 12"(L) X 2-3/4"(Diameter/Width)
Cavities: 1
Capacity: 49 oz
Includes: 1 liner, 1 end cap, 1 column mold

We recommend hand washing all of your molds and pieces to make sure they last a lifetime

To purchase extra liners click here

Note: Twist off the main part of the mold, away from the end cap, instead of just screwing off the end cap. The soap should stay in the liner and end cap while the mold slips easily off.

To avoid tearing the soap, just pull up one of the corners of the liners to see if the soap is ready to come out. If it tears at all, allow the soap to sit for another day or two.  If you are using a softer recipe, use of Sodium Lactate will help with unmolding.

Tip: When placing your liner in the mold for the first time the edges shouldn't overlap. If they do try flipping it around. There should be at least one inch sticking out from the mold.

These molds are easy to bump and knock over when you are using them. But we have a solution – Column Molds Stands. We also have kits of molds and stands that when purchased all at once save you money. Check out the 4 Column Mold kit; it’s like getting a mold for free!


Heavy Duty Column Mold in Action!

Check out the Circle Swirled Cold Process Soap Tutorial on the Soap Queen Blog for some inspiration!


Average Rating:
(based on 9 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 9 Reviews:

by Pam
on 6/15/2014
Not circular
I have used this mold twice and find that it doesn't make round soaps for me. Both times my soaps have 1. a pointy side not round 2. a flat side. Why won't these soaps come out round and smooth? I want to like it and use it. Thank you.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Pam! I'm sorry to hear you are having some trouble with this mold. We have always easily achieved round shapes with this mold, as seen in the Circle Swirled Cold Process Tutorial and the Circular Soapy Geometry Tutorial. I will be contacting you personally to help you troubleshoot why you are unable to achieve a round shape.

by Anna
on 6/11/2014
Excellent mold
Well, that was impressive! This mold was on sale, and so I decided to give it a shot despite the mixed reviews. I had no problems setting it up or soap not staying in the mold- it was tight and sealed. I wasn't thinking and did fill it up to the tippy top, but as it turned out that didn't matter. The next day I was wondering how to get the soap out without mauling it. I went ahead and pulled off the bottom cap and the whole thing slid right out! It was a perfectly round log! I should add that I generally add a tiny bit of beeswax to my soap, so I'm sure that helped set up the soap well. This mold really was great to use. I've tried the PVC pipe before, and the results weren't nearly so satisfactory. I would definitely recommend this mold. Anna Marie
by Laura
on 3/17/2014
A frustrating mold
I am writing this review because at this very moment I am looking at my filled mold wondering how the heck to get my soap out. One end cap slid right off. The other won't budge. Probably because of the soap that leaked out when the cap tried to come off. Ok, just went outside and used a hammer to break the end cap enough to get it off. I decided I might as well since I am never using it again anyway. The other thing about this mold is that it takes forever for the soap to set up enough to get it out without tearing holes in the sides of the soap. And yes, I used SL in this batch. Can't even imagine what a mess it would be if I hadn't. But I see that others have had a joyful soaping experience with this mold so I guess it's just me. I also see that since I purchased this thing a year ago that BB has since introduced a silicone column mold that looks much easier to use. I wish I had that one.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Laura, I'm sorry to hear this mold gave you such trouble! When you lined the mold, you should have a small amount of liner that sticks out from the hard shell mold. What you can do is twist the main part of the mold away from the end cap, and the soap will remain in the liner with the end cap attached. I will be emailing you personally to help resolve this issue :)

by Elizabeth
on 1/5/2014
Bottom fell out
The second time using this mold I filled it with 48 ounces of swirled soap. I picked up the column mold and right away the bottom fell off and I had raw soap all over my counter. I like this mold, and I like how my soap comes out, but for the price, I expect the bottom to stay on, at least until I can get my hand under to hold it.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Elizabeth! I'm so sorry to hear this happened to you! We have found the caps on this mold to be extremely tight. I will be emailing you personally to help resolve this issue.

by Tiffany
on 12/30/2013
Great for the price but soap is not perfectly smooth
I think this mold is definitely worth the $10 investment as it is very sturdy and much easier to use than the Pringles can I was using before. However, my inner liner does overlap, creating a raised edge on my soap. I've tried turning the liner every which way in order to make the ends meet perfectly but to no avail. After I unmold the soap I use a vegetable peeler to scrape off the raised edge. A little inconvenient but it definitely doesn't stop me from using it!

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Tiffany! I’m so happy to hear you have been enjoying this mold. If you are finding the edges are overlapping, try flipping it around as there should be at least one inch sticking out from the mold. I hope this helps!

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