I first had a problem with these dividers but it was my fault, not the falt of the company. I over filled my mold and had a hard time unmolding. I contacted Nurture and they quickly resolved the issue by helping me and also re-writing the instructions on using them. These dividers and mold are of the highest quality and Nurture Soap is a wonderful company with excellent customer service. Still my favorite soap supply company!
Omg, can someone give me a tip on how to unmold the bars from this insert. Fist of all, I used the recommended oz to fill the mold which was way too much. I inserted the dividers which disappeared into the soap, 24 hours later it's like concrete. No way to get the dividers away from the soap. The soap is very ready, the dividers are not. I have no idea how to unmold this soap unless I just dig it out and trash it. No instructions came with these dividers. I've struggled all day trying to get just 1 bar out to no avail. I am so upset with this purchase because I really wanted this to work. Is there anyone out there that has tips on using these? Btw...my recipe is a hard recipe, I've never had this problem unmolding my soap.
I love the 15 bar mold divider set so much that I ordered an additional set. Soap is easy to remove and has a smooth appearance. It does take some practice on unmolding the soap, but, once you get the hang of it is super easy. The bars are huge so I cut them in half and make thirty bars at one time which is a huge time-saving plus. Nuture Soap, as always, delivered my order very quickly and also includes a little bonus surprise tucked in my package. Highly recommend this company.
I absolutely love this mold, worked excellently with my cp recipe, and is going to be so fun to be creative with all my holiday soaps. I can’t wait to begin!
Well....OK. So, I'm not as happy with these dividers as others are. First, the slab mold itself is fabulous! And the dividers are high quality and easy to assemble. Here are my 2 issues: First, the 4 side pieces are unnecessary. They just take up space in the mold and make putting the dividers in after pouring more fidgety. I have a slab molds from 2 other suppliers. Both have divider sets without the frame pieces. They drop right in after pouring and stay put. So, I would suggest that Nurture Soap ditch the side pieces and make the set a little cheaper. Second, my real problem with these dividers: They make tiny soaps!! Yes, if you want a chunky soap, these dividers will give you that. But if you are doing intricate marble designs (peacock, double helix, mantra marbles) or even just a simple Taiwan or linear swirl, these dividers make no sense. To me, the whole point of a slab mold is that all the design drama is on the top face of the soap. So you want a large, shallow bar, not a small deep bar. Ideally, the dividers should make a bar 3.5" long x 2.5" wide x 1" deep, or even 3.75" x 2.75". Actually, if you ditched the side pieces, and made a set of dividers that produced 12 bars instead of 15, you would have the perfect size soap bar for a slab mold. And that is exactly what a friend of mine is doing for me, making a new set of dividers for this fabulous slab mold.