Caydo 6 Set 3 Sizes 4cm/ 5cm/ 6cm DIY Metal Bath Bomb Mold 12 Pieces for Crafting Your Own Fizzles
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- 6 Set 3 Size 12 Pieces: Large diameter is 2.37 inch - 8 pieces, Medium diameter is 1.94 inch - 2 pieces, Small diameter is 1.56 inch - 2 pieces. Come with three sizes, give you more options
- Multifonction: Not only of DIY Bath Bombs, but also for mold food
- Made from durable, sturdy, non oxidizing food safe aluminum metal
- Easy to Use: Practical, convenient and easy to clean up
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Caydo bath bomb mold is a nice variety and perfect for making small to large sized bath bomb.
You can save the money and enjoy the fun process of crafting with family and friends.
Homemade soap bombs are healthier and more economical.
Bath bombs are great project for both beginner and advanced crafters.
Ingredients of making bath bomb:
- 1/2 cup citric acid
- 1/2 cup epsom salts
- 1 cup baking soda
- 1 tsp. water
- 2 tsp. essential oil or fragrance oil (avoid minty oils)
- 3 tsp. olive oil or similar vegetable oil
- a few drops food coloring (any color)
How to use:
- Step 1: Fill each half of your dome molds with the ingredients mixtures until it's just overflowing a little.
- Step 2: Press the two sides together and use a lot of pressure to compact the mixture firmly into the molds, to prevent cracking.
- Step 3: Whisk away the excess mixtures around the molds.
- Step 4: Use a metal spoon to tap slightly around the molds.
- Step 5: Gently remove one side of the mold, then gently invert the bath bomb so the uncovered side is facing down, then gently remove the other half of the mold from the top.
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How to use:
Slightly over fill each half with your mixture (press it firmly into mold) then gently twist and push halves together.
Give then ends of the molds a light tap and gently pull apart mold.
I did not leave mixture in molds for more than a few seconds before removing.
Christmas gifts done!
Some of the reading I did before making bath bombs suggested that some recipes are better than others, especially for beginners. I used the recipe on the Epsom Salt Council's website.
My first attempt wasn’t too bad: The orange ones are made with coconut oil. They hold together best, but are a little oily in the tub. The lavender purple ones are made with olive oil. Those were a little harder to make stay together. The 2 big bombs in the middle are from Lush, for size reference.
To the people who say the bombs are not coming out of the mold - it may be your recipe. Make sure both sides are really full. Almost running over. Push them together hard. Scrape off any excess that squeezes out the sides. I only left them like five minutes and took the molds off. I was left with a perfectly round bath bomb. They are now on a cookie sheet covered with aluminum foil drying.
I would def purchase these molds again.