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Silicone Alphabet Trays Mold by Traytastic! - Large 1.5" Tall Letters
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- You will receive (1) set of Traytastic Silicone Alphabet Trays which contains (3) letter trays of A-I, J-Q, R-Z Molds
- Great for molding ice, butter, chocolate and other delicious food or whatever else you can think of!
- Oven-safe to 446 degrees Fahrenheit and Freezer-safe to -40 degrees Fahrenheit
- Letters are mirror-image so the smooth side is up! Made of durable, flexible silicone. Dishwasher safe
- Dimensions: Each sheet is 7" x 4.5" x 1" and each letter is approximately 1.5" x 1" x .5"
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Traytastic Silicon Alphabet Mold and Number Trays have been creatively designed in mirror-image to provide the cleanest edges for your masterpiece! These are great for crayons, candles, frosting, cakes, muffins, jello, ice, soaps, chocolate, treats and more! Usage Instructions: Prior to first use, wash silicone trays with soap and hot water (always rinse and dry completely after washing.) Do not expose to an open flame, burner, broiler, or use on a grill. Traytastic trays feature an easy release design - do not use any sharp objects as they can damage the trays. Specifications: Dishwasher safe. Oven-safe to 446 degrees Fahrenheit and Freezer-safe to -40 degrees Fahrenheit. *please note that letter sizes may vary depending on the letter. If you are making crayons, these molds work great with our CRAYTASTIC brand Bulk box of crayons! Our crayon line now includes a version without wrappers, perfect for melting! Usage Notes: These molds are meant for casual (not commercial) usage. Excessive use or crafting with heavy materials may result in reduced lifetime of the molds. Always do proper research on appropriate temperatures for your particular craft. For best results, do not place molds too close to oven elements. Keep in mind that consumer ovens can vary wildly in temperature, typically from 50 degrees below to 50 degrees above the setting.
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I chopped the crayons in the food processor or in a ziploc bag with a meat mallet and filled the letters I needed. Cook in the oven or toaster oven for 5 min at 350 degrees. Take them out and fill back up because the level would go down after the crayons started to melt. Back in the oven for 5 more minutes. I would let them cool on the counter or place in the freezer if I wanted them to go faster. Some letters were a bit more difficult to remove, but most popped out easily once the crayons had re-hardened.
My one complaint is that I can't get them clean now, the wax just won't come off. These will always have to be used for crayons from now on.
So far, I've done a single layer of crayons and several letters have broken when I popped them out (the G and H are tricky!!). My husband suggested using a lighter to "melt and glue" the broken pieces back together.