Shrink Wrap Soap Bands (200 Count): With our simple to use shrink wrap soap bands, you can easily provide a professional finish for your soap without investing in a heat tunnel. Our Shrink Wrap bands shrink down with the application of heat from a heat gun. Although a hair dryer will work, it won't achieve the smooth, fully shrunken wrap results. Best of all, they have a perforated easy-open strip for ease of use when your customer gets their soap home. Hint: If you have small soap, just cut the Shrink Wrap Band in half to fit smaller bars easily.
Note: These shrink wrap soap bands were originally created for our Birchwood Molds (9 Bar, 18 Bar and 36 Bar), but will also work well with our wooden loaf molds and our 10” Silicone Loaf Mold.
Made from PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) plastic
Dimensions: 3 15/16" x 3 7/16" (opens on this side). Tear strip runs the 3 15/16" length.
Reply from Bramble BerryHi Julia! I'm so glad you like the bands! As for paper labels, they may adhere better to the wrap than to the soap. We have some great waterproof labels you may like. All you have to do is print your labels on the paper, peel off the back and stick them to your soap. I'll be emailing you to discuss this more!
Reply from Bramble Berry Hi Vanessa! I'm sorry these soap bands weren't your favorite. In our tests, we've found they work well on soaps made with our Birchwood Molds, wooden loaf molds and our 10" Silicone Loaf Mold. Also, we've found that heat guns work great for shrinking these wraps on, while hair dryers can cause inconsistent results. You can see how to use them in this How to Shrink Wrap Soap post. I'll be emailing you personally to discuss this issue!
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