Soap Molds

Discussion in 'Soap Making' started by NubianSoaps.com, Jan 9, 2008.

  1. Sondra

    Sondra New Member

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  2. Kalne

    Kalne New Member

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    Thought I'd add these....

    How to alter your round pvc pipe molds to ovals:
    http://nizzymoulds.com/Ovall PVC.htm

    Silicone liners with or without boxes and they make custom sizes reasonable!
    Silver moon soap supply link no longer works
     
  3. NubianSoaps.com

    NubianSoaps.com New Member

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    Thanks for that link Kalne!!! Vicki
     
  4. deJardine

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    I have to mention - I have tried several companies and SILVER MOON has wonderful customer service! The molds are very nice! I am nothing but pleased with everything...
     
  5. Jen1204ca

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  6. tlcnubians

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    Some more soap mold supplier links:


    Brambleberry - www.brambleberry.com

    Kangaroo Blue - www.kangarooblue.com

    The Chemistry Store - www.chemistrystore.com

    Cranberry Lane - http://cranberrylane.stores.yahoo.net/moulds-designs.html

    Majestic Mountain Sage - www.thesage.com

    Oregon Trails - http://www.oregontrailsoaps.com/

    Soap & Things - www.soapandthings.com

    Wholesale Supplies Plus - www.wholesalesuppliesplus.com

    Mold Market Molds - www.moldmarket.com

    Many of these suppliers carry more than just molds.
     
  7. mcoyne501@msn.com

    mcoyne501@msn.com New Member

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    I got a little crazy on the Brambleberry site, thanks for the links!
     
  8. tlcnubians

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    You're welcome! I've been shopping with Anne Marie for years! She has some great tutorials on her site too. Very nice lady and passionate about handcrafted soap.
     
  9. informative

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    Excellent idea! That is the same heater method I use to turn 1" PVC into flattened archery bow sticks. Those heaters are just like super hair dryers but be very careful to do that in a very well ventilated (outdoor) area because the fumes that come off of heated PVC are supposed to be very harmful.

    Getting a proper sized puck to push to soap out afterward will be a little tricky but I'll figure something out.