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I love these. they are a little more shallow than the more rectangle version of this, but the soap weight comes out the same about 3.5oz for me.

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Good Mold

I bought two of these a while back during a sale. I really like them for making soaps - they always come out perfect (even if the soap design itself is challenged!). I've started making test bath bombs with them as well. So far, I haven't had a problem getting them out of the mold.

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Not easy to work with

I bought this specifically to make the spider web soaps, but the whole thing was a bad experience. I even just tried to blob the soap into the molds, but the thing is so loose and wobbly it's impossible to use without getting soap all over it. Maybe this will work with melt and pour soap, which I hate because it doesn't seem like real soap. I guess I'll just continue using my 2 lb loaf mold, which I love.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
We have found our 12 bar silicone molds work well for both melt and pour and cold process soap. See an example of CP in our rectangle version in our How to Make Charcoal Facial Soap tutorial. While they are more flexible due to being silicone they still are designed to stand on their own and hold your soap in those cavities. If you're looking for a sturdier silicone option you may prefer the 10" Silicone Loaf Mold.

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Great bars, mold didn't last

I have greatly enjoyed using this mold. It is perfect for testing new scents or recipes, but the silicone tore where the squares come together after just a few uses. I have been making it limp along, I just have to be very careful with it so it doesn't tear more.

No "Burning"

To make a long story short, this mold did not "burn" (disintegrate, pock mark) with a massive overage of lavender essential oil. recommend this product for newbie formulation errors!