Two Piece Chocolate Mold Use For
|1. Thread the wick through the wick hole. Skip this step for soap.||2. Seal the wick hole with a glob of mold sealer. Skip this step for soap.|
|3. Visually align the mold halves, and clamp with metal clips of any type. We prefer binder clips.||4. Center the wick and clamp to top. Skip this step for soap.|
|5. A piece of masking tape is folded across bottom seam to hold it tighter.||6. Mold ready to pour. Note mold stand with mold weight wrapped around it.|
|7. Mold is filled with 165 degree F. wax. Allow a moment for any air bubbles to release, then place in cool water bath. NOTE: Temperatures over 165 degrees F. will destroy these molds.||8. Ready for second pour to fill the shrink void. Not usually needed for soap.|
|9. Clamps and mold seal removed.||10. De molded, ready for seam trimming.|
|11. Trimming seam with hobby knife.||12. Level base on a heated pan or griddle. For soap trim with a sharp knife.|
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Author: Bob Sherman
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