The perfect embellishment to any fall soap project. Creates a long soap embed that can be used in a soap loaf. When the loaf is cut, the pretty oak leaf will be visible in each slice.
Country Of Origin: China
Helpful Product Information:
Avg. Bar Weight: 2.75 oz
Bar Depth: 0.5"
Bar Length: 8.125"
Bar Width: 1.5"
Max Temperature: 500ºF
Melt & Pour Soap. Cold Process Soap.
Points of Interest:
This soap column mold makes one mini oak leaf soap column that can then be embedded into a larger loaf. The silicone construction allows for easy soap removal. One side of the mold is hinged and three sides have edges that seal closed. This mold does not stand well on its own. We recommend leaning it against an upright mitre box or a sturdy object before filling with soap. See “Directions” for more information on how to use this mold.
Manufacturer: Crafter’s Choice® Material: Silicone Style: Column Mold Number of Cavities: 1 Country of Origin: China Color: Natural Semi-Transparent Max. Temperature: 500ºF Mold Dimensions (When Closed):8.875” x 3.25” x 0.875” Mold Dimensions (When Open):8.875” x 6.625” x 0.625”
Wash molds in warm, sudsy water.
California Prop 65 Statement:
This product is not on the CA Prop 65 list of toxic chemicals.
International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI): This product does need to be listed on the product ingredient label.
Common Name Ingredient Listing (FDA Approved): This product does need to be listed on the product ingredient label.
Directions: Melt & Pour Soap: Close the mold by firmly pressing the edges together. Stand the mold in a sturdy measuring cup. Slowly pour melted soap into mold, and allow soap to harden. Open mold and remove soap. Trim edges with a potato peeler or spatula. Embed mini column into a loaf. Embed multiple mini columns for a unique design.
Cold Process Soap: Close the mold by firmly pressing the edges together. Stand the mold in a sturdy measuring cup. Slowly pour traced soap into mold. After at least 24 hours, open mold and remove soap with gloved hands. Trim edges with a potato peeler or spatula. Embed soap into a loaf. 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.
COMMENTS: I used this mold to make CP embeds for a fall soap I wanted to make. After making the soap in the mold and cutting it, I decided the leaf pattern wasn't clear enough to use for my purpose. I plan on trying melt and pour soap to see if the pattern comes out better.
PRODUCT USED IN: Soap - Cold Process
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