Soap molds

by Ugomma
(Canada, Ontario)

Hi, just want to say this is a great find, keep up the good work guys. I first want to find out if there is a way I could participate in this forum?

I live in Canada, and I just began learning about soap making, so far I found the kind of soap molds I want are expensive I was wondering if there was anyway I could find cheaper molds that are also easier to use.


Answer: are participating!! This isn't exactly a forum but it is a place to ask questions...I will always try to answer them to the best of my ability. If I don't have an answer for you then I will post your question so that someone else can.

As for the soap mold. My best advice is to build a mold with scrap wood and line it with butchers paper. I've done it for years and it works great.

A couple of other inexpensive options include recycling milk cartons and purchasing silicon molds from thrift shops.

Good luck,

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Soap Molds
by: Debbie

My first slab soap mold was an old soda box. I lined it with freezer paper & it worked great. Pretty soon you'll be amazed at all of the things that are potential soap molds....... I'm now at the point where I always "think soap". Every where I go, I see some kind of soap ingredient, soap colorant, soap mold, or soap tool. The possibilities are endless.

Welcome to the addiction.


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