Mini Silicone Column Mold Kit: These innovative 2-piece silicone column molds make three fun mini shaped logs that are amazingly easy to unmold. No more pushing until it feels like your fingers will break!
The kit comes complete with our round, square and heart shaped mini silicone column molds along with our heavy duty column mold. The heavy duty colum mold is perfect for embedding all three of your mini shapes or doubles as a mini silicone column mold stand for keeping your silicone molds in an upright position while they harden.
We love using these little molds for embedding shapes into soap using our 10" silicone loaf mold or cutting the log into pieces to decorate the tops of soap. Due to the length of our mini mold, extra support is needed for the mold to remain upright. The interlocking seal is easy to use, no clamps or bands are needed. And of course, since it is made of silicone, this mold is extremely easy to release your soap and wash. As with most silicone molds, your cp soap may need an extra day or two in this mold to fully harden since the flexible silicone sides do not allow air inside the mold, which results in slower evaporation of water and hardening of your soap. Works well with melt & pour soap, too!
Please Note: To avoid any leaking make sure the interlocking seal is fully pressed together around the entire edge of the mold. We recommend always filling your mold in a container just in case the seal isn't pressed together all the way around. We also recommend handwashing your mold.
Cavity: 1 per mold
Mini Silicone Column Mold Cavity Dimensions: 12" (length) X 7/8" X 7/8"
Heavy Duty Column Mold Cavity Dimensions: 12"(length) X 2-3/4"(Diameter/Width)
Mini Silicone Column Mold Cavity Capacity: 4 oz (square); 6 oz (circle); 4.5 oz (heart)
Heavy Duty Column Mold Cavity Capacity: 49 oz
Check out a great tutorial on how to use this type of mold here.
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