This 1 piece plastic small cubes mold has a conveniently attached lid and 6 small cavities so you can easily break up your product into smaller pieces. Traditionally this mold is meant for making and storing wax tarts for use in a wax melter. However the mold would also be great for making bath bombs, soap bars, or lotion bars that can be used in adorable break apart pieces!
Mold Capacity: 3.8 oz
Cavity (individual small cube) Capacity: 0.65 oz
Mold Dimensions: 3" X 2-1/8" X 1"
Cavity (individual small cube) Dimensions: 1" X 1" X 7/8"
Note: mold edge and eyelet add 1" to package length and 1/2" to width
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Tami! I'm sorry this mold wasn't your favorite. We love our Small Cubes Mold & Package and the cute little breakaway products they make. We use these molds all the time in the soap lab and haven't had a leaking problem, as seen in the 12 Days of Christmas: Green and Red Wax Melts tutorial. They can be a little tricky to open as they are meant to have a pretty airtight seal for packaging purposes. The trick is pushing down on the bottom piece while pulling up on the tab.
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Brandi! I'm sorry you were disappointed in this mold. In our tests and recipes we found that that our Small Cubes Mold & Package held 3.8 oz of product, about .65 oz per cavity. The weight capacities listed we always find by using melt and pour soap for testing. This means when you're using other products to fill these molds it may hold a little less or a little more depending on the substance's volume. Find out more in our A Guide to Weight vs. Volume blog post. I will email you personally to resolve this issue.
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Chelsie! I'm sorry these molds were giving you trouble. In our tests and recipes we did not have a problem closing or opening these packages as seen in our Neroli & Shea Blossom Wax Tart Melts tutorial. I will email you personally to resolve this issue.
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