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I just got these and had the chance to use them yesterday. I made 2 dozen and have had nothing but trouble with them. Reading the reviews before ordering I was expecting thin plastic, however I didn't know there were other issues too. When trying to press out the bomb I bent the dome on a few molds. When tapping on the mold to get the bomb out, the round sides broke and I had to throw 5 molds away because they broke, in order to get the bomb out of the female half I had to take a knife to the bomb to break up the mid part in order to break the seal from the mold. I would not recommend these molds at all. I am now looking into buying the stainless bomb molds instead.


This mold makes HUGE bombs. I didn't have any issues with it other than the material is fairly flimsy and I ended up with dents in the top/bottom of the bombs. No problems unmolding. Needs to be denser plastic. Go with the SS bomb mold if you like this size.

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Hard to unmold

I used this while waiting for stainless steel bathbomb mold to be available for purchase. Size is great, bathbomb came out great, except I broke a few during the process of unmold. I got so frustrated, I decided to leave it and have the person received as xmas gift to deal with, maybe it's meant to be give away and not keep it as mold... But the size is perfect thou...

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Plastic flimsy

The size is perfect. The mold is flimsy and no matter how you try the tops have dents. They are also difficult to unmold. I love the stainless molds and truly wish there were other sizes. Can't use these.

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Good Size and Cute Packaging

I love the size of this mold and it is super cute for packaging. I wish the plastic was sturdier. It is so thin, if you accidently push the mold together from the center - you get a finger indentation. It also makes it hard to open. I have found the trick to getting the sides to stick together - do not over fill. I pack them on each side individually and create a little mound in the center of the back piece and push together. I push together as close to the seam as possible to avoid finger indentations. I let it dry in the mold over night and I get a nice hard bomb.