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Oval Silicone Soap Mold - Crafter's Choice 1606

Silicone Soap Mold - Oval Silicone Mold - Crafter's Choice 1606

  • $12.49


Oval Silicone Mold

Create simple bars of soap with this classic oval soap mold. This is a staple mold for many soapmakers, and is suitable for natural bars of soap.

Common Uses:
Melt & Pour Soap. Cold & Hot Process Soap.

Points of Interest:
Material: Food Grade Silicone
Maximum Product Pour Temp: 500ºF
Makes (4) Individual Bars
Approximate Bar Weight: 5 oz
Measures: 2.5 x 3.75" x 1.5"

Top of bar is perfectly straight without rounded corners. Mold walls are built with extra thickness to prevent bowing.

Available as part of our Silicone Soap Mold Sample Pack at discounted pricing!

Melt & Pour Soap: Pour melted soap into silicone mold cavities. Allow soap to cool at room temperature until hard. Carefully remove soap from mold by gently pulling the sides away from the soap, and then push on the bottom of the mold until the soap starts to release. Grab hold of the soap and carefully pull out of the mold.

Cold Process Soap: Pour soap at trace into the mold cavities. After at least 24 hours, gently pull silicone mold to loosen its grip on the soap. Flip mold over onto a clean surface and gently push on the bottom of mold until the soap starts to release. Grab hold of the soap with a gloved hand, and allow soap to cure for 4-8 weeks. Note that some cold process 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.

Cold Process/Oven Process Soap: Pour soap at trace into the mold cavities. Preheat oven to 170ºF then place mold in oven. Turn oven off, and keep soap in oven overnight. The next day remove mold from oven. Carefully remove soap from mold by gently pulling the sides away from the soap, and then push on the bottom of the mold until the soap starts to release. Grab hold of the soap and carefully pull out of the mold. Allow soap to cure for 2 to 4 weeks.

Hot Process Soap: Scoop hot process soap into mold cavities. Gently tap the mold onto the counter to remove air pockets. Allow soap to cool and harden. (This can take up to 48 hours.) Carefully remove soap from mold by gently pulling the sides away from the soap, and then push on the bottom of the mold until the soap starts to release. Grab hold of the soap and carefully pull out of the mold.

Lotion Bars: Pour melted lotion bar mixture into mold cavities. Allow mixture to solidify. Carefully remove lotion bars from mold by gently pulling the sides away from the lotion bars, and then push on the bottom of the mold until the lotion bars starts to release. Grab hold of lotion bar and carefully pull out of mold.

Care:
Hand wash in warm sudsy water.

Once mold is used for making soap, it should not be used for food production. To avoid damage to mold, do not use sharp metal tools to cut or remove contents. Never place near an open flame, useunder a broiler, or on a cook top burner.


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