7.5 lb Basic Mold - New Version

✅ Mold + Liner Set


Price:
$64.49

Description

Liner(s) Used 7.5 lb Loaf Liner
Liner Capacity 88.2 ounces of oils
Liner Thickness .18 inches
ID of Liner 18" L x 3.5" W x 3.5" H
Dishwasher Safe Silicone Yes
Food Grade Silicone Yes
Finished Soap Capacity 18 - 1" bars

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Customer Reviews

Based on 27 reviews
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J
J.C.
Great

I loved my 5lb and I will love this one too!

G
G.B.
7.5 mold

Love!! Best mold ever!! Super high quality!!

G
G.B.
7.5 Soap Mold

Love! Super high quality

D
D.L.
A Great Mold!

This mold is very easy to use! The bars come out beautifully!

A
A.M.
Sticky loaf

Hello all, I was very excited about this mold. I have used it twice with my recipe I've been using for over a year, I ran it through a calculator for a larger recipe, used sodium lactate as I always do. My first loaf was sticky after 48 hours in the mold. My second loaf I made 4 days ago and the bottom of loaf is stuck to the bottom. The other three loaves I made on that same day, with the same recipe, I was able to remove and cut in 24 hours as usual. Not sure what is the problem I am having so I am seeking advice. Has anyone else experienced this? I also purchased the 18-bar soap cutter and love it, but not sure about what to do.

The review section is not a place where other customers can chime in and answer your questions (they can on the product page if you post in 'ask a question' I can direct it to our other customers).
Often soap made in a silicone mold will take a bit longer to unmold than if they were made in a wood mold lined with paper simply because the silicone creates an 'air lock' around the soap and doesn't allow the moisture to escape as quickly. My trick to unmold a little faster is to put my soap in the freezer for about 15 min prior to unmolding. If there was any sticking before that it usually just pops right out after being in the freezer!

Customer Reviews

Based on 27 reviews
100%
(27)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
J
J.C.
Great

I loved my 5lb and I will love this one too!

G
G.B.
7.5 mold

Love!! Best mold ever!! Super high quality!!

G
G.B.
7.5 Soap Mold

Love! Super high quality

D
D.L.
A Great Mold!

This mold is very easy to use! The bars come out beautifully!

A
A.M.
Sticky loaf

Hello all, I was very excited about this mold. I have used it twice with my recipe I've been using for over a year, I ran it through a calculator for a larger recipe, used sodium lactate as I always do. My first loaf was sticky after 48 hours in the mold. My second loaf I made 4 days ago and the bottom of loaf is stuck to the bottom. The other three loaves I made on that same day, with the same recipe, I was able to remove and cut in 24 hours as usual. Not sure what is the problem I am having so I am seeking advice. Has anyone else experienced this? I also purchased the 18-bar soap cutter and love it, but not sure about what to do.

The review section is not a place where other customers can chime in and answer your questions (they can on the product page if you post in 'ask a question' I can direct it to our other customers).
Often soap made in a silicone mold will take a bit longer to unmold than if they were made in a wood mold lined with paper simply because the silicone creates an 'air lock' around the soap and doesn't allow the moisture to escape as quickly. My trick to unmold a little faster is to put my soap in the freezer for about 15 min prior to unmolding. If there was any sticking before that it usually just pops right out after being in the freezer!

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