Vertical Wood Mold: Made with the same care and craftsmanship as our wildly popular Baltic Birch Molds, these exquisite molds are hand crafted here in Bellingham, Washington. The vertical style allows for unique and creative swirling and layering techniques that will wow your friends and customers.
Our vertical mold holds approximately 4 pounds of soap and creates a soap log that is 3 3/8" x 2 3/8" x 12". One side of the mold slides up, allowing you easy access to your soap. Also includes an optional center divider for creating unusual looking split swirls. Liners fit snugly together so lining your molds is not necessary but the liners are not snug enough to work with melt and pour so we recomend cold and hot process soap only with this mold.
We recommend hand washing all of your molds and pieces to make sure they last a lifetime
The Mold includes:
Two 13" x 4" side linersTwo 13" x 2 1/2" side linersOne center dividerOne grooved liner for the bottom of the moldSix wingnutsOne U-shaped pin (to keep the middle divider centered)
This mold and I got off to a very bad start and I left a bad review, even though I hated to. I threw the mold in the trash. I've tried different recipes and still had to cut the soap out which produced a lot of waste. Fortunately, I was able to use the waste scraps as embeds in other batches. I tried a recipe from soapqueentv used in this mold and ADDED SODIUM LACTATE. I have never used sodium lactate because I have never needed. This gave the soap a different texture and the soap came out exactly like the video on soapqueentv shows. I'm very pleased to update this review with a positive note.
I really love this mold. My first batch priced immediately and I threw it in the mold as quickly as I could and it came out SO much better than I thought! The second time my batch was perfect and the soap was beautiful, so polished and pretty. This is my favorite mold. I only started soaping about a month ago, but I'm impressed with my end results because of some of these products. (And the millions of articles I've read from soap queen) thank you!
I will never get back the four pounds of trace the leake all over my counter. My ingredients are organic and thats not cheap. Not only do I want my money back I think Bramble berry should reimburse me for materials.
Kelsey from Bramble Berry replies...I am sorry about that leak Teresa. A bit thicker trace can help prevent leaking, as seen in the Currant and Cranberry Cold Process Tutorial. You can also line the mold to be extra careful. This post has more information about lining molds.
I LOVE my vertical mold! I have made beer soap, pumpkin soap, black and white soap etc in it. Never a problem with swirling or removing the inner paddle and never any leaking.
In fact, the ONLY problem I have is someone cleaned my shop and now I am unable to locate the inner paddle and I am hoping BB has another one available for purchase because I need to make soap and I don't want to loose the use of this mold. I like it so much I would consider ordering a second one so I can make more than one batch of soap at a time and save time and have continuity in my soaps
After reading the reviews about how this mold was leaking I was a little hesitant but purchased anyway. I love this mold! I'm assuming people are experiencing leaks because they're pouring to thin. I took my soap to medium trace. A little like a pudding. No leaks whatsoever! I will say that the divider didn't turn as easily as I thought it would. But, I practiced prior to soaping so when it was time to turn the divider, I turned very slow and carefully. I wish I could upload a picture. I followed the Pomegranate and Black Currant Cold Process Soap tutorial but used my own soap recipe.
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