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Just used

I just unmolded my bath bombs from this mold, and like everyone else I thought they were very difficult to unmold. The easiest way I found was when the two eyelets were connected use a metal skewer through the holes and pop off the plastic; however, when they're not connected they're very difficult. I'll be purchasing a metal mold for the future.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Kayla! I'm sorry these molds didn't work well for your project. We love these handy Bath Bomb Molds & Package, but they can be a bit tricky to open. It sounds like you found a good trick! Another tip that helps is making sure there is no powder trapped in the seams before clasping the mold halves together. It sounds like you may prefer the Stainless Steel Bath Bomb Mold.

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These are a lot smaller than I expected. Very disappointed. I was under the impression that they were closer to a normal bath bomb size but when I got them, I was surprised. They are no bigger than a bouncy ball that comes from one of those change machines. I guess I could use them for something else but for the regular size ones, these will not do.

Kelsey from Bramble Berry replies...
I'm sorry these were not what you were expecting. We love these handy Bath Bomb Molds, though they are on the smaller side with a diameter of 2.125" as listed on the product page. If you're looking for a larger mold you may prefer our Stainless Steel Bath Bomb Molds, which are 2.75" across and 3" tall.

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Difficult to use

What I like about this mold: the size. It's a perfect bath fizzle size. The mondo size is overkill and expensive for customers. This smaller ball size makes the perfect size fizzy. Ok, so now the bad stuff. I must add my voice to Christy and Victoria. These molds are VERY difficult to open. Twice I've had to use pliers to get them open. Once, even the pliers couldn't get one open, and I had to cut the fizzle out. I gave a few bath bombs to my niece to get her kids excited about bath time. She also said she had a very difficult time getting them open. You recommend cleaning the rims before closing. Very difficult to get them clean, especially if you are wearing gloves. The mold is also unforgiving about your fizzle-making technique. If you fill the halves just a little too much, the mold won't close. If you fill them a little too little, the two halves won't stick together. Even mounded a little loose mixture in each half as recommended doesn't always help. in addition, If you don't use quite enough witch hazel, then when you finally do get the mold open, your fizzy breaks in half. these suckers are just too frustrating. Please bring us more fizzy molds, Bramble Berry. (and yes, I have used the wax melt molds. Those work very well and they are cute. But they are teeny tiny!!

Kelsey from Bramble Berry replies...
I'm glad you liked the size of our Bath Bomb Molds & Packaging, though I'm sorry you had trouble working with them. They can definitely be bit tricky to open but we've found it's easiest if you put them together with the tabs matched up so you can pull from those. I can also see how the rims would be difficult to clean while wearing gloves. A q-tip wetted with witch hazel should definitely help with this. Also, if you're liking your results with the Wax Melt Molds other than them being teeny tiny, you could try our other larger-sized Plastic Molds. The guest size may be a good in between for you! For more information check out our Bath Bomb Questions & Answer blog post.

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For the nimble

In truth, I was never able to get these to work. Once closed, I could not open them without killing the poor bath bomb but I have seen them used where this did not happen - so I know it's possible. I am assuming there is a secret trick to it, but if you are not the most graceful with these things - I recommend the stainless steel molds. They are easy to use and can withstand all manner of abuse. They are a bit more expensive but WELL worth it.

Kelsey from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Christy! I'm sorry these molds were a bit tough to open. They do shut tightly to keep your bath bomb in securely, which can make for a tricky removal. Also, if any of the bath bomb mixture made its way into the seams, it may make the molds more difficult to open. It can help to clear off any powder before closing the molds, as seen in the Tie-Dye Bath Bomb Molds Tutorial. The Stainless Steel Bath Bomb Molds are another great mold option.

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Do Not Recommend

I'm highly disappointed in these. They are way to hard to open. My attempts to open them cause my bombs to break or dent. If you use two ends thst do not connect as a mold, it works much better.

Kelsey from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Victoria! I'm sorry you were disappointed in these molds. They do shut tightly to keep your bath bomb in securely. Also, if there is any powder stuck in the seams, it may make them difficult to open. It can help to clear off any powder before closing the molds, as seen in the Tie-Dye Bath Bomb Molds Tutorial.. If you're looking for a reusable mold, you may like the Stainless Steel Bath Bomb Mold.