Friday, August 31, 2012

How to Line a Wooden Soap Mold

There are many sources on the internet on how to line a wooden soap mold.  Well, in case if you the ones you found did not help you then you may want to check out the post from I'd Lather Be Soaping called How to Line a Wooden Soap Mold. Wooden molds are great. They're sturdy, they insulate the soap so it goes through gel phase, and they allow you to make uniform, perfectly shaped bars in volume.  But you have line them.  Some of you cold process soapmakers are probably really great at measuring and lining your molds perfectly. Some of us are not so great at it so we may result in purchasing a silicone liner.  Whatever works best for you.....

2 comments:

Jenny said...

Thank you so much for sharing my post! I'm glad that it was helpful. I appreciate the shout-out for my blog!

Anne-Marie said...

I love Lather Be Soaping's blog! Always has such great information for soapers. :)