Heavy Duty Mold with 4 cavities
Soap Size: 3.75" x 2.75" x 1.25"
Soap Weight: 5.25 oz
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Cindy! If you are making cold process soap, it can be a little tricky to remove from hard molds. For these type of molds, soaps with a lot of hard oils (coconut, palm, PKO, tallow, cocoa butter etc) work well to remove the soap. Otherwise, sometimes you have to wait up to a week or two. I’m glad you tried the freezing trick. That helps me immensely when I’m soaping with HD molds. Hard molds work great for melt and pour! If you are looking for a silicone oval mold, I would recommend the
12 Bar Oval Silicone Mold.
I will be contacting you personally to help you with the damaged mold, please look for my email! :)
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