Inspired by European metal chocolate molds dating back to the mid-1800s, this clever and imaginative 2 Gents Soap Mold design is one of our newest additions. These well-dressed rabbits – including one in a roadster car – are perfect for spring or Easter.
Country Of Origin: United States
Helpful Product Information:
Avg. Bar Weight: 3.5 oz
Bar Cavities: 4
Bar Depth: 1"
Bar Length: 3.25"
Bar Width: 3.25"
Max Temperature: 145ºF
Mold Capacity (oz): 14
Melt & Pour Soap. Cold Process Soap. Lotion Bars.
Points of Interest:
Manufacturer: Milky Way Molds
Material: Clear PVC (Not Approved for Food Contact)
Country of Origin: United States
Milky Way Soap Molds can tolerate temperatures of 135ºF to145ºF. Above these temperatures, warping may occur. Soap is easiest to release 12-24 hours after cooling.
Wash molds in warm, sudsy water. Please avoid the dishwasher because that can warp your molds or make them brittle.
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: 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'm new to plastic molds. I've have many silicone molds and a couple of HDPE molds. I wish I started with these plastic cavity molds because they released my soap easily with barely any effort, and I didn't have to cut anything. I do have a fancy and expensive cutter for my loaves and slabs, but I really like not having to cut soaps. I rather wash a bunch of molds instead of cutting a loaf or slab. My recipe gets firm quickly, and I use sodium lactate at 4%. I left my soap in for at least 24 hours though I could have probably popped them out sooner. I love the detail of the cute rabbits. These plastic molds are so nice that I bought a lot of them in many designs. I love this one because I love rabbits, so I got 6 of them. They stack nicely inside each other, so they don't take up much space. These types of molds are sturdier than they look and not like candy molds for melts. It's not easy to tell that they're thicker and firmer even if the clear plastic mold was pictured. I'd buy these again. I love that they are made in the USA.
PRODUCT USED IN: Soap - Cold Process
THINGS I LIKE
THINGS I'D LIKE TO CHANGE
• made in the USA • sturdy • cute
• make them dishwasher safe
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