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Silicone Liner for 5 lb Wood Mold - Easy-peasy-lemon-squeezy way to quickly line your wood mold. We had this liner made especially to fit our 5 Pound Mold with Sliding Bottom. Not only is it the fastest way to line this mold, but better still, it is reusable. Works wonderfully for both cold process and Melt & Pour! Just think of all the possibilities! Take your smaller loaf mold designs to the next level of production. Pair this with our Multi-bar Cutter and you'll be a soap making machine!

Inner Dimensions: 2-3/4" (Height) x 3-3/8" (Width) x 16-3/4" (Length)

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



Average Rating:
(based on 29 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 29 Reviews:

by Vicki
on 10/25/2014
Just recieved this liner & the companion wood mold. Removed the soap in less than 12 hours with NO PROBLEM!!! Clean up was a breeze. what else can i say. This was an excellent investment. Thanks BB.
by Elizabeth (Amanda)
on 10/22/2014
5lb liner for wood mold
I too was very exicted when I ordered this liner to the Birch Wood Mold with the sliding bottom. Came to find out that this liner does not fit the mold. I now have soap all over my brand new wood mold and well tape doesn't work that well to hold the mold in place. I belive the problem is how the mold is being made.... it is not fitting right... Pretty frustrated. Most of the products that I have ordered from Brambleberry I have been satified with, but this one not at all.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Elizabeth! I'm sorry this liner wasn't your favorite. In our tests and recipes, this liner stayed in place with tape or when held as seen in this Christmas Tree Swirl Cold Process Tutorial. I'll be emailing you personally to discuss this issue!

by Michelle
on 10/13/2014
Mold stretches
I was so excited when I first saw this mold and couldn't wait to try it. I read all the reviews and knew that I should use Vaseline and/or tape to help it adhere to the sides of the wood mold for the best results. The first few months it worked beautifully! The soaps had an incredible professional appearance and I LOVED it!! But over time the mold has stretched and the Vaseline doesn't hold it, now the tape won't stick because of all the Vaseline over time and when I pour my soap it looks fine but as it cures and the soap shrinks some the mold pulls away from the sides and creates wavy sides,. This has ruined many batches. Very disappointing.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Michelle! I'm sorry this mold wasn't your favorite. We have liners that we’ve been using in our production area for over a year and we haven’t experienced stretching or distortion with them. But we would love to find out more about the kind of recipes you typically make and your technique for gelling your soap. I'll be emailing you personally to resolve this issue!

by Dawn
on 10/1/2014
Liner does not fit mold
I have found that it is truly hit or miss on these liners. I have 5 molds, and 3 of these fit, 2 do not. All require taping to the sides, which takes time, and the tape does not stick. The last mold that I purchased was pre-lined with wax paper, which is a nice touch by Brambleberry, however, it LEAKED from both ends, and I had to quickly pour it all back into the soap pot, what a mess! You may want to share this with your staff that they are not lining the mold properly. So, now my brand new wood mold has soap all over it, the "new' silicone liner does not fit in the "new" (soaped-up) mold.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Dawn! I'm sorry these liners aren't your favorite. We've found they work well, as seen in this Stormy Seas Cold Process Soap tutorial. I'll be emailing you personally to resolve this issue!

by Rhonda
on 9/6/2014
IN LOVE with these liners
I just received these liners and got to use them this week. I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE them and will probably never use my "have to be paper lined" molds again. That being said......I do agree with others about the sides and find it hard to believe that many people would have trouble with them (in Brambleberry's molds) if there wasn't a QA problem somewhere. One of my liners fits perfectly but the 2nd one does have some wave and rippling on the sides. I think if the top edge (rather than the whole side) were to be given a slightly thicker edge, this problem would disappear. I would like to know if anyone has tried them in CPOP? Can I use the in the oven on warm for 1 hr 15 min? I find that is all I need at 3500 feet elevation to force a complete gel phase. Thanks!

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Rhonda! I'm glad you liked this liner! While our silicone liners can go in the oven, our 5 lb Wood Mold cannot. The glue that holds the mold together may not withstand the heat. I'll be emailing you personally to discuss this issue!

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