Our 2 pound premium soap mold liner holds 22.5 ounces (1.5 pounds) of oils maximum. It will yield approximately 2 pounds of finished soap. Results will vary depending on your unique recipe.
This liner is thinner than our other liners. We wanted a great "starter" liner at a price point that is easy on the pocketbook, and this is it! This liner will bow if not supported by a wood mold, and it may need to be clipped into place. Another option is to use vaseline to create a seal between the liner and the wood mold. This will help keep the liner in place.
Perfect size for about six large bars of soap. I needed something that would hold1.2lbs of oils comfortably, and these were great! They are a nice thickness, and flexible to get the soap out. They do need a box or form, which I made on my own from pallet wood. Not nearly as attractive as the ones they sell here, but effective. The photo has my green soap loaf already popped out of the wood box, but still in its liner.
Some had trouble holding up, but once pouring the soap into the mold, the soap inside the mold held shape as it filled. Mind you, they were in wood boxes to retain the shape of a rectangle.
I also own the seven pound liner from here and it holds way more soap than these little guys.
I guess it's my own fault but I honestly thought they would be larger. Also, they are very flimsy.
Love the liner
Mostly love this liner
I love this liner for the ease in which the soap releases. My greatest challenge has been keeping it flush against the sides of the wood mold. Despite copious amounts of Vaseline to adhere it, I still have a few areas that bow slightly, effecting the shape of my soap. I just wish it were a bit stiffer. I'd love this same size liner offered in the green liner material/thickness.
Didn't hold it's shape
I've enjoyed all the soap molds so far except the 2 pound mold. The liner is curvy, making your soap look bad after unmolding it. Needs a better liner.
Using Vaseline to adhere this liner to the molds helps tremendously when using this liner. It is thin and can bow easily, which is also why it is so inexpensive. :) However, once you get the hang of this liner and use Vaseline it becomes a great little liner and mold. I personally have 15 of these in constant rotation and love them!