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Ice Cream Cone Delight - 3D Soap and Candle Mold

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Ice Cream Cone Delight - 3D Soap and Candle Mold
$45.00

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Ice Cream Cone Delight - 3D Soap/polymer/clay/cold porcelain/Candle/Plaster silicone mold
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How to use a 2-PARTS assembled mold - Step one, assemble two parts mold. Wrap the mold with tape. Step two, spray alcohol inside mold. Step three, pour melted soap base into the mold. (We are making two colors soap, that's why you see orange color soap liquid and white soap liquid.) Step four, pour 2nd color. (If you pay attention on the duck, you will see the duck body has white irregular tone.) Step five, spray alcohol again to help release bubbles from the soap liquid. Wait until it harden. Open the assembled mold, there you go - a pretty item. :) This ice cream cone looks so real you are going to have to make sure nobody takes a bite out of your finished soaps! Notice the detailing of the cone and the fantastic swirls of the frozen custard! How delightful these finished soaps will look in all of your favorite flavors: vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, pistachio – scent them to make real crowd pleasers! size in inches: 2" * 2" * 4 3/4" size in inches: 5.0 cm * 5.0cm * 12.0 cm(Tall) MP soap : 162 grams / 5.8 oz per bar CP/HP soap: 150 grams / 5.35 oz. per bar Packing: cardboard box / per pc cavity: one cavity per mold Please note: This design has many details. We recommend it for use by for experienced soap/candle makers. Before purchasing, make sure you have the confidence to work with a mold that has such a complex design. Soapmaking Tips: MP soapmaking is easier than making CP/HP soap. You can use alcohol to help release bubbles that may form in the soap. If you want to make CP or HP soap using this mold, please make sure you are experienced enough to create a soap formula that will be firm and hard enough
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Color light grey
Occasion No
Type soap making
Size No
Length No
Gender No
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