Sheridan Leaf 3D Mold
These heavy duty soap molds are of made of white polysterene OPQ and PETG clear plastic. The 3D molds feature a convenient built-in funnel to facilitate filling of the mold, also featured is a precision channel designed to align the two mold halves together, and eliminate leaking. Suitable for both melt and pour soaps and unique Cold Process hand-made soaps.
Two 4" Heavy Duty Rubber Bands are included with each two-part soap mold, which are used to securely hold the mold together during use
Dimensions: 3.5" x 2.35" x 1.125" Cavities: 1 Cavity Capacity: 4.75 ozMold Material: FDA approved polystyrene plastic, 5% rubber, polyethylene terephthlate glycol-modified (PETG) plastic
I received these forms and is very happy !!!
Soap turned out very beautiful!
Thank you for the gift - seple aromas of cedar and lavender
Here it is -
I love the way soaps look with this mold when it works correctly. I had 3 of these molds and after only a few uses, the soap leaked out all over no mater how tightly I put the halves together. So I purchased 4 more. This time I was extra careful with them. I never put them in the freezer, hand rinsed them after use and un-molded with great care not to bend the plastic. Unfortunately, after only a few uses they too began to leak badly no matter what I do. Very disappointed because I love the final products look.
Reply from Bramble Berry Hi Jennifer! I'm sorry these molds weren't your favorite. In our tests and recipes, the soap didn't leak, as seen in this Pumpkin Soap on a Rope Tutorial. I'll be emailing you personally to discuss this!
I bought 2 of these molds to make soap on a rope. 1 of these has cracked right at the crease in the mold after just 2 uses. When it worked the soap came out nice. Hopefully the other mold will be ok.
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Brenda! 3-D Molds can be a bit tricky to use, but we are here to help you out, because they are two-part molds, the airlock can be a little hard to unmold, but if you allow it to slowly release, it will come apart just fine. Another thing to be aware of is if you put these molds in the freezer, it can actually cause the plastic to become brittle and break.
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