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Regular Silicone Loaf Soap Mold
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- Brand: Crafters Choice
- Type: Silicone Soap Mold
- Size: Regular Loaf
- Loaf Weight: 40-44 oz
- Size: 3.5" x 8" x 2.5"
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For some reason every other silicone mold I've used has been a nightmare to get soap out of, but these are so easy to use. I have a very "soft" recipe I use often, and with my wooden molds I was having to wait 4 days before unmolding. Not the case with these! I waited 24 hours after pouring, popped it in the freezer for 30 minutes, turned it upside-down and the soap slid out nice and slowly. I still had to wait another 12 or so hours before cutting, but that's not an issue at all.
I've used pvc pipe for round soaps and gotten my soap stuck in the mold before, but I don't think that will be an issue here. Everything came out very easily. The sides pull out a tiny bit - Just enough to let air get in and release the soap, but not enough to make the sides buckle while you're waiting for your soap to "set up".
I love the straight sharp corners, I haven't had those in the past since I was having to line my old molds with freezer paper. No lining, no greasing, and they're so easy to wash! I can't believe how long I debated whether or not I should invest in these. If you're on the fence, I highly recommend just buying one and trying it - I doubt you'll be disappointed!
I was also very excited to see it these loaves fit into my soap cutter, I was worried it would be just a touch too wide to fit. My soap cutter is 3 and 5/8 inches wide, and it slid in with just enough wiggle room to not get wedged. It's perfect!
I do wish they made one with slightly higher sides, my old mold (and all the other soaps I have made) are the same size in every way except height, and now I'll have to alter my packaging. Not a big deal if my customers don't mind the small height difference!
I use this mold for cold process soaps, though this mold would certainly work well for hot process or melt and pour soaping. Because it is silicone I don't worry about how hot the mold gets during gel phase. It's so nice to not have to think about the mold and just get to focus on making beautiful soaps!
After reading about soap making using silicone molds on Soap Queen TV, I did add some sodium lactate to my soap to help harden the loaf for removal from the silicone. Adding 2 tsp. per recipe has worked well for me. I have not tried this mold without sodium lactate yet, but I think that leaving the soap in the mold for a few extra days could take care of any residual issues of hardening so removal is easy.