Silicone Liner for 5 lb Wood Mold - Easy-peasy-lemon-squeezy way to quickly line your wood mold. We had this liner made especially to fit our 5 Pound Mold with Sliding Bottom. Not only is it the fastest way to line this mold, but better still, it is reusable. Works wonderfully for both cold process and Melt & Pour! Just think of all the possibilities! Take your smaller loaf mold designs to the next level of production. Pair this with our Multi-bar Cutter and you'll be a soap making machine! This liner is thin to keep the price economical and you will need to use clips or tape to keep it in place when pouring your soap.
Inner Dimensions: 2-3/4" (Height) x 3-3/8" (Width) x 16-3/4" (Length)Liner Material: Silicone
We recommend hand washing all of your molds and pieces to make sure they last a lifetime
*We have a new and improved design coming to replace this liner. If you love this version, stock up now!
In my business, time is money and money is time. These Amazing liners save me both. Pouring in the soap batter is a breeze. The Best Part!! The cleaning is easy. A tip, when the liners are new they will flop, no biggie this means they want to be used more. After the 4th use they will stand right up for your glorious soap.
I followed another reviewers trick and stuck my liner to the sides of the wood mold with just a bit of water from a wet cloth and it held the sides apart while I poured. I was a bit disappointed that it did indeed leave dents and grooves in my soap loaf from where the liner was bent. I'm hoping a good soak in hot water will help it to straighten out. I read the reviews and knew that was a possibility, but it's still a good bang for the buck, as I hate the process of paper lining molds. The fit is perfect for the 5lb wood mold with sliding bottom.
I have really enjoyed 99% of the Brambleberry products I have purchased. This silicone liner is a great idea, but the one I received is too floppy. It has waves along the sides where it dips in and has affected the shape of my soap. I've decided to go back to lining my mold with freezer paper. I find the product reviews very helpful and appreciate you posting good and bad reviews. Thanks
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Tammy! I'm sorry you were disappointed in this liner. I completely understand where you're coming from, they are super flexible! If you do find you want to give the liner another try we found we get better results if the sides are held in place with clips or tape. This keeps them from bowing off the walls of your mold as we did in the Infinity Swirl Soap on Soap Queen TV.
First of all, to be fair, the liner works excellently as a liner. No leaks, and my cold process unmolded quickly and cleanly.
But I am incredibly disappointed with the quality of this liner. I bought three of these dumb things for my 5lb loafs. The 2lb liner I have is perfect, but these 5lb ones have wonky dimensions. They fit the bottom of the mold perfectly, but are TOO LONG across the top.
The result being that of the seventeen bars I cut from my 5lb batch? Yeah, SIX of them are screwed up. The are dented, rippled, or otherwise wonky because the liner doesn't fit! Each bar has incorrect weight because this liner changed the shape of my log.
I had hoped the weight of the soap would squish the liner against my soap mold, but no such luck. My fiance is going to have to completely remake my molds in order for me to use these, and I won't have the nice rectangular shape I wanted.
I can't even express the depth of my disappointment in these.
This is a great way to line a wood mold without having to mess with parchment paper. I use it with the 5lb wood mold with the sliding bottom and it works like a charm. The silicone liner slips right out of the wood mold and then easily peels off of the soap, leaving smooth sides and sharp corners. Cleans up easily with soap & water. Just a few pieces of scotch tape holds the sides up well enough. Much easier than lining with paper!
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