Bar Size: 2" X 2-3/4" X 1-1/8"
Mold Capacity: 1.5 lbs, 4 ounces per barMold Material: Clear 30-mil PVC plastic
Our tray molds are a little different than our regular molds. This mold will make a single slab of soap that you can then cut down into individual bars.
This mold is so pretty and detailed. It was very easy to get your soap out of and the detail was perfect!!!! Dont be in a hurry to unmold..I let mine sit for about 3-4 hours.
Got this yesterday, and made a tray of M&P last night. Was so easy to fill the flowers with different colors without spreading to the leaves. Released the soap out of the mold this moring, beautiful soaps. My new favorite, must order another. The only issue I had was when releasing the soap the edge of the mold cracked, but didn't cause any harm to the mold itself.
Soo....I'm so pleased that my order came in the mail yesterday! as i will be teaching my middle and high schoolers how to start soaping, which we are all ecstatic about. The order was nicely packed and the free sample smells great! I hope the project tomorrow will be a success!
This mold is very nice for cold process soap. No trouble at all. Easy release after 28 hours. I soap at 105 to 115 degrees. No warping at that temp.
This is a lovely design. I had heard that you could use this style (brand) of mold with cold process soap. But the manufacturer says that you can not let the soap reach temperatures over 135 to 145 degrees or the mold will warp. So I tried not gelling my soap (not insulating it). So far, it does not look like it is going to become soap. (I am not experienced with not gelling.) Anyone have any tips on how to use this for CP soap? At this point I am recommending it for melt and pour only. I wish that it were made out of a sturdy, thick silicone instead.
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hello! This mold is great for melt and pour, but it can also be used for cold process soap! We recommend soaping at cooler temperatures, around 110 degrees or less. That will help keep that soap cool. Also, the soap may take one to two weeks to release from this mold. You can put a thin coating of mineral oil on the mold before pouring to help that soap come out easily. Also, gel phase doesn’t affect the final outcome of your soap, it’s just aesthetic. Gelled soap has brighter colors, while non-gelled soap has a nice matte look. I'll be emailing you personally to resolve this issue!
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