Monday, June 6, 2011

DIY Reusable Liners for Slab Mold

Do you use wooden slab molds for your soap making projects and you are tired of using plastic liners for them? Are you thinking that there is a better way? Well, I found this DIY Liner tutorial on the Lovinsoap website on how to create your own reusable liners. Now the author of this tutorial has the Brambleberry 9 bar slab mold, but I if you a slab mold from another vendor I am sure you can somehow adapt this tutorial for your particular slab mold.

Has anyone tried to make their own resuable liners? If you have any tips and tricks that might be helpful - please share.

2 comments:

twobloomsdesignstudio said...

I tried a long time ago to make a liner for my small 2 pound mold. I used the clear/transparent thin cutting boards that bend. I cut it all out and used duck tape but it eventually fell apart and I went back to lining with parchment paper.

Soap Crafter said...

I never tried to make my own liner. But I think I may not have the patience for it.

Two Bloom that was a creative alternative that was helpful for awhile.

I love the wooden molds that already come with a silicone liner.