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Bent/flimsy inserts

The inserts that come with the box are very flimsy and have curves to them. So uniform results are not possible, which is sad considering the cost of the box.

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Buy the LINER

The box is nice and it is rough for sure, the divers are fine but what i did not realize THE LINER IS SOLD SEPARATELY!! I really wish that it said...would you like to purchase line for $20 because I would have said YES PLEASE! Will update review if and when I make soap in mold.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
The Silicone Liner for the 18 Bar Unfinished Birchwood Mold is sold separately and you can find a link to purchase that liner on this product page above.

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My new best friend

I was a little hesitant to buy this mold, having read all of the trouble people have getting their bars out. I exclusively make salt soaps, with all different oils and butters, all different super fats, all different fragrances, and to date, not a single bar has gotten stuck. Once they are poured in the mold, and the dividers are pushed down, the bars are usually ready to come out in about two hours, and the dividers slide out easy-peasy. I love that I get uniformed sized bars, and that I no longer have to helicopter around the mold, waiting until the batter is just firm enough to come out and be cut. I love it!

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I love this versatile mold!

This is my most used mold! I love its multiple uses. I use it mostly as a large 36 bar slab that i split into loaves and then slice into bars. Yeah, I guess I am a rebel. Great mold!

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Birchwood Mold

Really like the mold and the silicone liner but it is very hard to remove dividers from soap. I have left soap up to three days and still struggle to remove dividers from soap.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Mary! I'm so glad you really like our 18 Bar Unfinished Birchwood Mold and the Silicone Liner! Though, I'm sorry you're finding the dividers difficult to remove. To get the soap out, we recommend pushing down on the soap rather than pulling on the dividers. That prevents your soap from tearing or leaving drag marks. After you've removed your soap from the liner, press gently on the soap with your thumbs or the heel of your hand. First coating the dividers with an oil that does not saponify like Cyclomethicone or mineral oil can also help!