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sturdy mold

this mold is very sturdy and yet flexes enough to let the loaf out without too much fuss. should last a long time.

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Love this Mold

Have had my eye on this one for awhile. When BB did the sale last month & included this mold, there was no way I was going to pass that up. I also got the dividers for it, which I love. I've read & seen many Soap Queen tutorials using this mold so I have a lot of catching up to do on using this mold. My only regret is that I didn't buy more of them. I placed my last order with BB yesterday. My basic supplies were so depleted that I had to spend my $ on those. But, as soon as I can, I'll be back for more of these molds. Thanks BB for this great mold & for all the tutorials on using this mold.

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This is my new favorite !! I was wondering exactly how many pounds of soap go into the mold. I went through a ton of videos trying to find out how much oil I can add to melt and pour !! Also knowing how much goes in this mold will help me figuring that out too !!!if there's a video on adding oil's please let me know I did see the one that is about adding additives to melt and pour ,but I didn't see anything about adding oil's to melt and pour 😜

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There used to be a time I was online shopping for clothes, and of course browsing Amazon but I have found myself turning my attention towards Brambleberry, because they have the best freaking molds ever! It's alright, you can call me a soap mold hoarder, I will accept that but I can't help myself, especially with this mold, I have 3 of them, and I just love them. I have bought other molds from Brambleberry, and I have never once been disappointed. I have molds everywhere, I don't have room for much more, but I can't help myself, I am totally addicted to all of Brambleberry's mold.

My go to Mold

I love this mold!!! I always use Sodium Lactate in my soaps to ease unmolding. Very very easy to unmold after 24 hours. Corners are crisp and clean. I have heard you can use epsom salt as a substitute for sodium lactate, but I haven't tried it, yet. I would still use this mold regardless. Love how the soap slips out easily and how it looks.