Soap Column Mold
|1. Column Molds are 2 piece molds. Note that one piece has a pouring area on one end.||2. Use a sharp knife or hacksaw to open the pouring area.|
|3. Assemble the 2 halves. Use several binder clips (not included) to clamp the mold for pouring. Binder clips can be obtained in any stationary store.||4. Stand the assembled mold or molds up in a suitably sized container.|
|5. Pour your soap.||
6. Allow to harden.
|7. Unclip the binder clips.||8. Separate the mold halves.|
|9. Remove the finished column.||10. Trim the ends with a sharp knife.|
SAFETY: Products should not be ingested. Avoid skin and eye contact with concentrated scent oil. Use caution when handling melted soap to prevent burns. Adult supervision required.
Disclaimer: The information presented here is accurate to the best of my knowledge and common melt and pour soap making practices as of the time of this writing - February 2006. The author and the publisher accept no liability for the use or misuse of any of the information presented in this article. This article is presented for informational purposes and is used at your own risk.
Author: Bob Sherman
Publisher: Bobby's Craft Boutique Inc.
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