Vertical Wood Mold: Made with the same care and craftsmanship as our wildly popular Baltic Birch Molds, these exquisite molds are hand crafted here in Bellingham, Washington. The vertical style allows for unique and creative swirling and layering techniques that will wow your friends and customers.
Our vertical mold holds approximately 4 pounds of soap and creates a soap log that is 3 3/8" x 2 3/8" x 12". Cleverly held together on one side with 6 wingnuts, sliding out your finished soap is a breeze. Also includes an optional center divider for creating unusual looking split swirls. Liners fit snugly together so lining your molds is not necessary but the liners are not snug enough to work with melt and pour so we recomend cold and hot process soap only with this mold.
We recommend hand washing all of your molds and pieces to make sure they last a lifetime
The Mold includes:
Two 13" x 4" side linersTwo 13" x 2 1/2" side linersOne center dividerOne grooved liner for the bottom of the moldSix wingnutsOne U-shaped pin (to keep the middle divider centered)
Reply from Bramble Berry Hi DJ! I'm sorry this mold has been giving you so much trouble! In our tests and recipes the liners fit perfectly with no leaks! Though, we do like to still line our Vertical Mold with freezer paper because we like the extra snugness it gives the plastic liners and extra protection against leaks as seen in the Vertical Sandalwood Vanilla Soap, With a Twist! tutorial. I will email you personally to resolve this issue.
Reply from Bramble BerryHi Karen! I'm so glad you like this mold! Also, thanks so much for your suggestion. I'll definitely pass that along to our order manager. To help unmold this soap, you can wrap the dividers in plastic wrap or spread a small amount of cyclomethicone on them before pouring your soap. You can also see how to unmold your soap in the Making Sunshine Cold Process Soap tutorial.
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