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Learning Curve

It took a few tries but these do end up working really well. Keeping the material out of the groove so the pieces fit together is key. I'm going to try greasing them next time so they come apart easier. Question: are these recyclable?

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grease the mold and you will be fine

I have to practice with these. I saw in the comments by brambleberry that you need to be careful not to get the mixture into the groove around the bomb. This is true but easier said than done. I would also like to try putting some oil in the mold before the mixture. This may help unmolding, which I found to be difficult.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
Rubbing a slight amount of a lightweight oil first on the mold will help with unmolding. We have found that the Cyclomethicone or mineral oil works really well for that. Find some more bath bomb tips in our Bath Bomb Questions & Answers blog post.

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Convienant for Packaging- but not perfect

Very hard to close and open without damaging the bombs. half of mine split, half did not even when adding more mixture in the middle. Had indents on almost all of them since the plastic was so flimsy didnt take much to make a dent. Love the brambleberry products but this one was disappointing.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Sarah! I'm sorry you were disappointed in these molds! 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. It sounds like the Stainless Steel Bath Bomb Molds may work better for you!

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I tried to use these molds and they were very difficult. Very unhappy with this product. Messy, and you could not snap them together to save your life. I do not recommend these things are anyone.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Tina! I'm sorry you had that experience! The Bath Bomb Molds & Packaging can be a bit tricky to work but we've found the best way to fill them without indents is by cupping the sides as you fill and using direct pressure so they are very compact. See an example of this in our Beach Ball Bath Bomb DIY tutorial. They can also be even trickier to open if any of the powder gets trapped in the groove where the sides would be meeting so it can help to wipe down that groove with a cotton swab before twisting together. Customer service has emailed you directly to help troubleshoot :-)

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Nichole M

I'm a well seasoned bath bomb maker and these really gave me a lot of trouble . No matter how I packed each side I had problems. They also are very delicate so I ruined a several trying. I'm discouraged but seriously everything that I've bought so far from bramble is amazing so I'm not going to give up on these! I'm gonna try again. I think this company is just incredible and these molds aren't gonna get the best of me. I'll change my review once I get it.