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Directions: Melt & Pour Soap: Pour melted soap at a temperature no hotter than 135ºF into mold. Cool until soap has hardened. Remove soap from mold. For easier unmolding, place into freezer for 30 minutes, and then immerse bottom of the mold in hot water for a few moments. Do not use cooking spray to coat mold.
Cold Process Soap: Coat the mold with cooking spray. Pour soap at trace into mold. After 24 hours, flip mold over onto a clean surface. Gently push the back of the mold until the soap begins to release then pull the soap out of the mold with a gloved hand. Allow soap to cure for 4-8 weeks. Note that some CP soap recipes may require a week to harden enough to remove from the mold. If this is the case with your recipe, we recommend adding sodium lactate to your recipe to assist with creating a harder bar faster.
Lotion Bars: Pour melted lotion bar mixture into mold cavities at a temperature no hotter than 135ºF. Allow mixture to solidify. Flip mold over onto clean surface. Gently push back of mold until lotion bar begins to release then pull bar out of mold.
Wash in warm, sudsy water. Please avoid the dishwasher because that can warp your molds or make them brittle.
COMMENTS: I only use premium scents in my soap making and this mold made my Dragon's blood soap fly off my table,everyone loved it,easy to use as well.
PRODUCT USED IN: Soap - Melt & Pour
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Cynthia • Florida
Date Submitted: 10/09/2016
I Recommend This Product!
COMMENTS: I have had a little warping, but nothing major. The intricate detail come out, and have only had tiny bit of soap stick in the mold. I use a recipe that makes 35 oz, and it over fills the mold just a bit. my bars are in the 4.5 oz range once cut (though they haven;t cured yet, so that may change.)
I always stick the mold in the freezer for a bit, and then gently push to unmold the soap. you can see the progression of the air bubble, which I really like.
PRODUCT USED IN: Soap - Cold Process
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