DD-life Large Massive Pastry Fondant Silicone Work Rolling Baking Mat with Measurements
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- Size:18x15 inch；pink or blue，color sent at random
- Rolls up or lies flat for storage
- Does not move when using due to it being silicone
- Flexible, nonstick silicone offers instant, easy release without the use of grease
- Will keep your worktop clean. No more scrapping dough or fondant off the worktop
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Since in my circle of friends I'm known as the "crafty" one, they asked me for helping whipping up a batch of 40 to 50 bars. Although I've made soap before its been a while. I got on amazon to see what tools were available and came across this cool mold. What a life saver. In the past I did it using cardboard boxes or whatever else I had laying around. This thing was amazing. The wooden frame keeps everything perfectly square and after the soap has set up, you just lift it out of the wooden portion and peel back the silicone and out pops the bar. My only regret is that I didn't buy a couple more because it took forever to do 50 bars one mold at a time. We were able to get about 8 to 10 bars out of each mold.
It holds 42 ounces of water by volume. When I use Soapcalc.net and punch in 2 1/2 lbs of oils, with a 30% water discount, this more than fills the mold (there's enough on top to spoon some texture). If I use Soapcalcs water default of 38%, I get enough leftover soap batter to fill an extra one soap bar mold.
It holds slightly more than Crafters Choice 1501 silicone mold.
I love these molds more then Crafters mold - the bars are less rectangular and I prefer that. The soap releases from these molds beautifully - you can also turn them inside out as you release the soap - so the corners and edges tend to come out cleaner.
Another important detail is that the product dimensions are slightly inaccurate. The mold measures 10.25 inches long, 3.25 inches high, and 2.75 deep. You’ll need slightly more than 2lbs of melt and pour soap to fill the mold up to the top. I only bought 2 lbs (which is the standard size sold at Michaels) so my bars were a little shorter than expected. I ended up with 8 small bars of soap that are slightly smaller than a normal bar of Ivory. Since these are meant as DIY gifts the final size was unimportant to me, but if you sell these it’s something you may want to keep in mind when considering this mold.
Before I filled the mold I decided to take some advice from a blog I was reading and construct a support frame to help keep my bars square. Silicone molds are very flexible, which makes releasing your soap easy, but without support on the side the molds tend to bow out giving you a disfigured shape for your final product. I kept things simple and taped a cardboard frame around the outside of the mold, then set it inside a large eco-foil loaf pan. Any excess space on the sides were packed with newspaper. When it was time to release my soap from the mold it came out cleanly and had a fairly straight edge to it. My first attempt at soap making was a success, so I can’t wait to try another project.