Soap Molds - The Best New Design & Easy To Make! Easiest to use, easy to build, inexpensive design! They are stackable with easy to make lids! You're gonna LOVE IT! Parts List: Ends X2pieces - 4"Wide X 3 1/4"High X 3/4" Thick Sides X2pieces - 4 3/4" Wide X 16" Long X 3/4" Thick Bottoms X2pieces - 2" Wide X 16" Long X 3/4" Thick Lid X1piece - 5 9/16" Wide X 16 1/16" Long X 3/4" Thick Lid Sides X2pieces - 1 1/4" High X 16" Long X 1/4" Thick Lid Ends X2pieces - 1 1/4" High X 5 1/2" Long X 1/4" Thick
Views: 59971 Rob's Garage Woodworking
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Views: 3630 Desert Cloud Soapworks
I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor) What you need: 3 pieces of poplar 1/2 in x 3 1/2 in x 36 in 2 carriage bolts 1/4 in x 5 1/2 in 2 washers 1/4 in 2 wing nuts 1/4 in wood glue drill 5/16 drill bit sandpaper I purchased all my supplies at Home Depot and they cut the wood for me for free! :) All my supplies cost around $14 and the Bramble Berry silicone liner was $15. What to do: Cut your wood or have it cut to 19 1/2 in. From one of the extra pieces cut two 3 in pieces for the ends of your mold. Sand the edges as needed. Drill a hole in the side piece about 1 1/2 in down and over about 1/4 to 1/2 in. Line up the other side piece under that hole and drill down through both pieces so they match up. Do the same to the other side. Glue the side pieces to the bottom piece with your wood glue. Let it completely dry. Put the carriage bolts through the holes, attach the washers and wing nuts and then put your end pieces inside the bolts. Line your new mold with parchment paper, a thin trash bag or the Bramble Berry 5 lb silicone mold liner. http://www.brambleberry.com/Silicone-Liner-for-5-lb-Wood-Mold-P5270.aspx NOTE: This mold should NOT go in the oven for CPOP. You can screw or nail the sides onto the mold instead of gluing if you want to use this mold in the oven. :)
Views: 34806 The Yum-Yum Shoppe
Here is a list of the supplies we used to make 3 soap molds: Final size is 13 1/2"long x 5 1/2"wide and 4 3/4" deep (I didn't need them to be this deep but we didn't feel the need to cut the boards shorter) (4) Pine boards 1"x6" x4ft boards Jigsaw or Handsaw Drill/ Drill Bit 7/64size Screwdriver Wood Screws (50pack #8 2"screws) Pencil Tape Measure Sand Paper (optional) Handles (optional) Safety Goggles You need 3 boards for bottom and 2 sides that measure 15" long Then 2 pieces that are 4 3/4" long All supplies cost $50.37 (made 3 molds) I hope that you all find this video helpful! Thanks for watching~ I can be found on FB and Instagram at Yellow Cottage Soapery Music by Kevin Macleod
Views: 10215 Yellow Cottage Soapery
Pour Traced soap into wood molds lined with chlorine free and compostable wax paper for BATCH No. 0083 Organic Lemongrass and Chamomile formulated handmade vegan soap bars handcrafted with certified Organic oils, herbs and extracts. Artisan soap by BATCH New York Transparent Organic Sustainable Skincare, Soap, and Candles!
Views: 14873 BATCH ORGANICS LLC
Thank you all for your support. I am please to say I have some of the wood molds I use for sale. you can get them on my website. Wood molds for sale: www.bescented.com Donate to help Molly: http://www.gofundme.com/d9zoyc each mold is just over 3lb in weight and will be shipping from 24340. If you want to figure out cost of shipping. I will be shipping priority mail at actual shipping cost. Please Help Molly!! She is a adorable 3 year old english cocker spaniel. My dad treats his dogs like his kids. They are his life right now and i really want to be able to help him. If you can donate please do. For every person that donates $5 I will put your name in a hat to win a basket of my soaps. This is eligible to EVERYONE. I will cover shipping costs and the soaps of course will be free. I will also do several drawings for some handmade Dog treats. So if you have a pet please donate. Keep a lookout for the drawing of the winners. I have not set a date because i dont know how long it will be before I can get Molly's surgery scheduled. But i will do the drawing ASAP. Donate to Molly: http://www.gofundme.com/d9zoyc
Views: 2539 A&N's Suds-N-Such & BeScented
My attempt to make the perfect wooden mold WITHOUT any power tools. What can I say, I'm a computer techie. :-D
Views: 36676 BareAlchemy
Here at Soaps and Scents HQ, we have a lot of devices used for making soaps. I'd like to show you one of them today; it's called a Log Mold. Log Molds are basically wooden containers that contain the viscous soap until it hardens to the point where it can be cut into individual bars. These molds were handmade by a lady I knew but she is no longer in business so you'll have to do some research to find your own log molds. This particular mold is a 3 part mold. My favorite feature of these molds is that they have a silicone liner. These give the finished soap a nice smooth finish all the way around. It also makes it a breeze to unseat the soap once it's cooled. Silicone molds are so much nicer than having to line your molds with butcher paper. These molds are 3 piece; the mold, the insert and the lid. Once the soap has been poured into the silicone liner inside the wooden mold you place the wooden lid on top. Later, once the soap has hardened completely, you can flip the whole thing upside down and unscrew the side walls. Jiggle the mold a bit and the silicone mold will come free and rest on the wooden lid. Once your upside-down-soap is free from the wooden mold, you can pull the sides of the silicone mold a bit to release the air from the mold. Then you simply have to pull the silicon mold up and viola, your hardened soap log is done and ready for the next step.
Views: 34241 SoapsAndScents
This is a simple how to make Tall & Skinny Wooden Molds for Home made soaps. Tall and skinny molds can be a little hard to find as well as a little pricey. So I decided that i would try my hand at making one and ended up with 2. I have added measurements in the video as well. This was super easy and cheap, costs less than $15 :) So please take a look and see if it's something that you would like to try.
Views: 9764 Eden's Garden Soaps
This video was made possible by my fans on Patreon, thank you for supporting my videos here: www.patreon.com/ArianeArsenault I will show you how I line my soap molds in hopes that it can help you in your own soap making journey! Help Translate this Video: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?v=R33VU6v2rc0&ref=share My Webstore: http://www.lafilledelamer.com/shop This video was recorded with my New Vlogging Setup, watch my video on this here: And you can check out the equipment I purchased on amazon here: Nikon D5600 (Body Only): http://amzn.to/2oT7dGH Rode Videomic: http://amzn.to/2phugHV Nikon 27126 EN-EL14a Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery: http://amzn.to/2nXRx1g Sandisk Extreme SDHC UHS-I 32g Card: http://amzn.to/2oSSbkn NIKON AF-P DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G Lens: http://amzn.to/2nurVg5 Nikon 50mm f/1.8G AF-S NIKKOR FX Lens: http://amzn.to/2oST4cm Manfrotto 128RC Video Fluid Head: http://amzn.to/2phy0cq If you are a soapmaker and would like to purchase some of the tools I use to make my soaps you can follow any of these affiliated links. This means that if you purchase from my links, I get a small revenue, helping me sustain the content I create, with no extra cost for you. I only share links to products I believe in, tried and enjoy using myself! Soapmaking books The Soapmaker's Companion: http://amzn.to/2oSYhRA Soap Crafting: http://amzn.to/2oT7s4r Pure Soapmaking: http://amzn.to/2nY09Vi My favorite soap making tools: Cuisinart stick blender: http://amzn.to/2oSYrZc Crafter's Choice Silicone Mold: http://amzn.to/2oVrDfg Shrink Wrap System 14": http://amzn.to/2phU1aS Double Handle Knife: http://amzn.to/2oTgn67 24'' freezer Paper: http://amzn.to/2pgAKuh 24'' Freezer Paper stand & Cutter: http://amzn.to/2pkvXFk Ariane Arsenault is a participant in the Amazon.com.ca, Inc. Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.” Facebook https://www.facebook.com/LaFilledelaMerSavonnerieArtisanale Instagram: https://instagram.com/lafilledelamer/ Twitter https://twitter.com/filledelamer81 Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/lafilledelamer/ Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/lafilledelamer/ Snapchat Username: arianearseno Music: Jay Flamenco Album: Jay Sensation Song Title: Offshore Lover Buy Jay 's Album "Jay Sensations" right here: http://bit.ly/2pBk0us Subscribe to Jay Flamenco's YouTube Channel and help him get his first 100 subscribers! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8CgvEcQq-v0AQBtgnhftyQ Listen online: https://myspace.com/jayflamenco
Views: 34439 Ariane Arsenault
Making my first DIY soap slab mold. How to make a soap slab mold? It was very easy to make. The only hard part was putting on the hinges. If you would like to know how to came up with the dimension for a soap slab mold to a certain size soap leave me a comment below. ___________________________________________ S U P P L I E S U S E D: Birch Wood 2ft x 4ft Premium Interior wood screws 8x 1 1/4" Hinges Eye Screws bungee cords
Views: 4612 Whitney Lowry
My Father and I Building New Soap Molds in the Work Shop. These are the New Design with the Let Down Sides and Ends. See how they are Made. I Have Conbinded a 3 part Video after I got approved for longer videos. ENJOY! I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
Views: 37968 EssentialSoap
DIY improvised soap mold partitions or dividers using corrugated plastic board. now you dont need to cut your soaps, you just slide it out from the partitions. the corrugated plastic boards are washable and reusable too. Video link on actual usage of the mold partitions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iD1E723t6iI&t=237s Hi I'm Cathy, D' clumsy soaper. Sharing with you my handmade soapmaking crafts. Subscribe to keep you posted on my weekly soap making video uploads: https://goo.gl/xf54dG Like and comment if you enjoyed the video. feel free to share to your friends too. May you have an awesome and soapy day. Connect with me: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/cathzie05 Twitter (@clumsysoaper): https://twitter.com/clumsysoaper Instagram (@clumsysoaper): https://www.instagram.com/clumsysoaper/ Facebook page (D' Clumsy Soaper): https://www.facebook.com/D-Clumsy-Soaper-133487073871934/ Facebook group (Soap Makers Hub): https://www.facebook.com/groups/soapmakershub/ Italian Morning by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/
Views: 4556 D' Clumsy Soaper, Cathy
How to make your own wood soap mold for making homemade soap.
Views: 7604 NorthernSeclusion
Please Subscribe, Like and Share ♥♥♥ Here at Soaps N Suds N Such we hope to bring you videos you will enjoy thanks for watching remember to subscribe and like. We now have a Patreon through which you can support the growth of our channel https://patreon.com/SoapsNSudsNSuch My husband is making me and a soaping sister Crystal check out her channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClJQKWU_Cns_nnvYT-st-HQ she is going to be doing some column pour soaps. I will be doing column pour soaps as well as other slab mold soaps also.
Views: 3136 Soaps N Suds N Such
I had to fix and republish this vide. In this video I followed up on an idea i got from watching other YouTubers make silicone molds. My idea was to not only make a very large soap bar, but to put some writing on it. Hey, it wasn't perfect, but, it worked exactly like I figured. And, it was fun. This is a very cheap way to do it yourself. I don't use the chlorophyll anymore after this batch because I think it produces an odor I do not like. Music created for me and courtesy of, YouTube channel, "TheMineDestroyers": https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCio_05Ef64t5FjgChuYRVAg
Views: 11442 Mity Mouse
This video will give you some basic information about choosing a mold for cold process, hot process and CPOP soap-making. Where to buy the molds: Silicone Molds - www.wholesalesuppliesplus.com Wooden Molds: 1lb Mold (larger) - http://www.etsy.com/shop/togsoapmolds 1lb Mold (smaller) & 3lb Log Mold - http://www.candlesandwoodcrafts.com The Slab mold with the cutter was purchased on EBay Check us out on FB http://www.facebook.com/helenshands Check out my Blog for more soap-making info http://mysoapylife.blogspot.com/ Check out my website: www.helenshandssoap.com
Views: 5134 The Soap Making Maven
The Soap Guy gives insight into the molds and techniques used at The Soap Guy, and shows you how to make a mold for free!
Views: 203380 Jeffrey Dorrian
Please Subscribe, Like and Share ♥♥♥ Here at Soaps N Suds N Such we hope to bring you videos you will enjoy thanks for watching remember to subscribe and like. We now have a Patreon through which you can support the growth of our channel https://patreon.com/SoapsNSudsNSuch I ordered one tall and skinny mold from http://www.bulkapothecary.com/tall-12-loaf-silicone-soap-mold/ but I wanted some wooden tall & skinny molds and some that were actually taller than the one I ordered so my husband made me several that are like the one I ordered only wooden and several that are taller for a really tall bar I love them just line them with freezer paper and pour my soap he is a sweetheart.
Views: 1823 Soaps N Suds N Such
In this video, I will be making a review of the "Nurture Soap Supplies'' 5 pounds silicone loaf soap mold by making cold processed soap in it! I will let you know how it worked for me and comment all the way through the process! To order this silicone loaf soap mold and rainbow micas http://www.nurturesoapsupplies.com To order the fragrance in this video http://www.brambleberry.com To follow me on the web My website http://www.lafilledelamer.ca My twitter https://twitter.com/filledelamer81 My Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/La-fille-de-la-mer-Savonnerie-Artisanale/110111837687?bookmark_t=page My blog http://lafilledelamer.wordpress.com/ My Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/lafilledelamer/pins/ Music by Ariane Arsenault
Views: 108193 Ariane Arsenault
How I made my own silicone slab mold for cold process soap-making using Soft 107-Purple Catalyst (for soaps and candles) from hobbysilicone.com. Directions for calculating the amount of silicone needed for your project can be found on their website as well. The size/shape/texture of your canvas or item that you hot-glue to your foam board will be how your soap turns out.
Views: 235808 Sarah Milroy
Thank you for watching! To purchase your soap molds please use this link. I was unable to add them to the BeScented website but I am now able to combine orders! Anything purchased from my soap site can now be combined with a BeScented order to save you shipping costs. Just leave a note on your order for me. www.anssudsnsuchllc.bigcartel.com
Views: 6310 A&N's Suds-N-Such & BeScented
This is intended to show how I built my soap molds, not necessarily a full tutorial. I do not know nearly as much as many out there so, please do your research before embarking on this task. I did hours of research, reading, planning before starting this project. I am including the measurements and supplies I used. I'm hopeful that my next project will be to create tall skinny wooden molds. Look for that video in the future!! I hope this is helpful, feel free to comment if you have questions. I will try to answer and be as helpful as possible. Thank you for Subscribing, liking and commenting!! Visit my Etsy store to purchase my Soap and Body/Bath products here- https://www.etsy.com/shop/SpicyGingersSoap Supplies: 2-Poplar Wood Boards sizes as follows; 1- 5.5'" x 0.75 x 6' 1- 3.5" x 0.75 x 8' 4- 1/4" nuts 4- 1/4" washers 4- 5 1/2" Hex Bolts 2" Wood screws Drill/Driver(Optional but very helpful) I bought the Black + Decker 5.2 AMP 3/8" Drill/Driver Drill Bit collection 3M All Purpose Medium Grit Sanding Block Measuring tape or Ruler Pencil for making markings for placement I made 2 Wood Soap Molds Outer Dimensions- 14/5" x 5.5" x 4.5" Inner Dimensions- 12.75" x 3.5" x 3.5" My Wood Board Measurements after Lowes cut them for me from 5.5" x 6' and 3.5" x 8' for 2 Wood Mold- 2 x Base Boards- 14.5" x 5.5" x 0.75" 4 x Side Boards- 14.5" x 3.5" x 0.75" 4 x End Boards- 3.5" x 3.5" x 0.75" I have a leftover piece of wood 19.5" x 5.5" x 0.75" Directions: I sanded all pieces of wood. Then I drilled my pilot holes with a 9/64 drill bit on the bottom of the side boards and corresponding placement on the base board (you can decide how many screws you feel comfortable using on the bottom of your mold). On my first mold I placed the pilot holes/screws every 2", but decided this was more than necessary and only placed 4 screws on each side of mold on second mold. I then made my pilot holes on one of the end pieces for my stationary end, and Larger holes (final whole 5/16 drill bit) for Hex Bolts. I used 3 drill bits smallest to largest to avoid splintering wood. I used the 9/64 bit first, then 3/16, and then the last and largest hole is the 5/16 drill bit for placing the Hex bolts for the removable end of the soap mold. Next I screwed the base to the side board with my 2" screws. Next I screwed one end board for stationary end of mold. And last I placed my hex bolts into the removable end of the mold. Viola! Good Luck!! I hope you are successful in your projects if you decide to build your own soap molds!
Views: 5937 Spicy Ginger's Soap
Ebay.com.au Silicone Rubber http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/1kg-SILICONE-RUBBER-MIX-3-BLUE-Catalyst-SMOOTH-QUALITY-KIT-Candle-soap-/281081818451?hash=item4171c82d53 Any questions, please comment below. Dean SentinelCandles.com.au
Views: 62324 Dean Wilson
This is a very simple soap cutter made from scrap wood and gives you perfect 1 inch thick bars of soap every time. For those of you who make soap at home this is a very simple project that makes cutting your bars of soap easy. I have been making soap for many years now but have always used it for myself or given it way. So it did not matter if I hand cut the soap and it was not perfect. But for commercial sales of homemade soap you will need a soap cutting form to aid in getting the perfect thickness every time. I made my soap cutting form wider so that I can always put in larger bars of soap. I often use a silicone bread form which tapers on the top, making it wider there. I want to keep my options open. And also some of the soap cutters out there are too tight to slide your bar of soap through easily. I wanted to have room to slide the soap no matter how wide. The exact dimensions of your soap cutter do not matter except for the notches for cutting the soap bars. I made mine between 3.5 and 4 inches wide on the base. The length is about 14 inches. The height is about 3 inches. The height is the only part that you must watch for because you want the side walls higher than the bar of soap you want to cut. The slits in the sides will guide your knife evenly through the soap. To make the slits I used the table saw first and then assembled the soap cutting form. Then I finished the cuts through with a backsaw. I cut a little bit deeper into the base to allow my knife to pass through the soap and into the base a bit. All I needed on the front end was a piece of wood to stop the soap from sliding forward at the right point. Now I can slide a bar of soap into the cutter and push it forward until it stops. Then I can slide a knife through the soap, making a perfect one inch thick bar. Thanks for watching. Please Subscribe & follow my daily videos. Troy http://www.thedoityourselfworld.com http://www.theoffgridproject.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CHECK OUT OUR OTHER CHANNELS: Off Grid Homesteading With Melanie: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFRwlShDuXP5WXdtXV15rAQ The Do It Yourself World Electronics: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMIqpFAOBkppGkgrSC11p6Q TR Tech Tactical & Survival: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChPdsvwahC2wh8lvWs6ud4g ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Join our Patreon account for special videos and footage, prizes, gifts and more: https://www.patreon.com/TheDoItYourselfWorld Watch, comment and earn money on my steem channel: https://steemit.com/@thediyworld Join my TopBuzz channel and share your ideas and comments: https://www.topbuzz.com/user/6477165683338642441 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Copying this video, in part or in full, is a violation of copyright unless the user has express permission from the owner. Violation of this copyright will be pursued to the fullest extent of the law.
Views: 15642 The Do It Yourself World
This DIY tutorial shows how to make a gang mold of multiple models for production casting of soap. The Mold Star® silicone used in this tutorial resists heat and is very durable, allowing for multiple castings. Learn more about Mold Star® 30 - http://www.smooth-on.com/products/mold-star-30/ Subscribe to our channel for more - http://www.youtube.com/smoothoninc --- Make It Now! with Smooth-On https://www.smooth-on.com/ https://www.facebook.com/SmoothOn https://twitter.com/SmoothOn https://www.instagram.com/SmoothOn https://www.google.com/+smoothon -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Adult Supervision Required Keep Out Of Reach Of Children -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 27871 Smooth-On
Slab Mold made with Corrugated Plastic for Soap Making Part 1 You will learn how to make an inexpensive Slab Mold with some basic tools. This mold is Reuse able & stores flat. Cleans up easy with a sink of water Part 2: How to Make Dividers for this mold Part 3: Unmolding Slab Mold https://youtu.be/eKsgoaDUEyQ Volume Calculator: http://saffireblue.ca/shop/base_oil_calculator.html Corrugated Plastic was bought at a Sign Shop Square was bought at a local Hardware Store Come Say Hi, so I can follow You Blog: rondascorpio.blogspot.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/soapbykickitupanotch/ Pinterest:: https://www.pinterest.com/Soapbykick/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/scorpio_ronda Handmade Soap by Kick it Up a Notch - Ronda Scorpio FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/groups/SoapKUN/
Views: 8716 Soap by Kick It Up A Notch - Ronda Scorpio
Hello Sab here, I hear often how soapers hate to line their molds. So here I am going to show you how the Soap Boss taught me! This is a no fuss, no headache method and your liner will look pro every time. Thank you Soap Boss. Love! www.sabssoaps.ca Music: http://www.bensound.com/
Views: 44052 Forever Soapworks
Today, I want to show you how to make a soap mold the cheap and easy way. We'll also talk a little about some of our permanent molds. Our site: www.unclejonssoap.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Lye calculator: http://soapcalc.net/calc/soapcalcwp.asp
Views: 9899 Uncle Jon's
Thank you for watching this video on how to make a silicone mold for soapmaking! Here I am molding a seashell but you can mold almost any object you’d like! To read my blogpost about this, follow this link on Modern Soapmaking: https://www.modernsoapmaking.com/diy-silicone-soap-mold-tutorial/ Buy my soaps here: http://www.lafilledelamer.com/shop Support my videos on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/ArianeArsenault If you are a soapmaker and would like to purchase some of the tools I use to make my soaps you can follow any of these affiliated links and help support my videos. This means that when you purchase from my links, I get a small revenue, helping me sustain the content I create, with no extra cost for you. I only share links to products I believe in, tried and enjoy using myself! Soapmaking books The Soapmaker's Companion: http://amzn.to/2oSYhRA Soap Crafting: http://amzn.to/2oT7s4r Pure Soapmaking: http://amzn.to/2nY09Vi My favorite soap making tools: Cuisinart stick blender: http://amzn.to/2oSYrZc Crafter's Choice Silicone Mold: http://amzn.to/2oVrDfg Shrink Wrap System 14": http://amzn.to/2phU1aS Double Handle Knife: http://amzn.to/2oTgn67 24'' freezer Paper: http://amzn.to/2pgAKuh 24'' Freezer Paper stand & Cutter: http://amzn.to/2pkvXFk Ariane Arsenault is a participant in the Amazon.com.ca, Inc. Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.” Facebook https://www.facebook.com/LaFilledelaMerSavonnerieArtisanale When you "like" us, select to "receive notifications" if you want to stay up-to-date! To follow me on the web / Suivez-moi sur le web Website http://www.lafilledelamer.com Twitter https://twitter.com/filledelamer81 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/LaFilledelaMerSavonnerieArtisanale Instagram: https://instagram.com/lafilledelamer/
Views: 26973 Ariane Arsenault
In response to viewer requests, this video shows how I make DIY plastic/silicone liners for my custom-size wood molds. The silicone sheeting that I got on Amazon is not available at this time (May 2018) but may be back in stock soon. Here are some alternatives: https://www.amazon.com/Silicone-Rubber-Gasket-Flexible-12x20x1/dp/B071FFJGSC/ref=sr_1_5_sspa?ie=UTF8&qid=1525448564&sr=8-5-spons&keywords=silicone+sheeting+1%2F32&psc=1 36" x 5' $62. http://www.rubbercal.com/sheet-rubber/silicone-rubber/silicone-commercial-grade-red-orange-60a.html Making Soap in this liner: https://youtu.be/sGAyU3PtnFE http://evesgardenhandmadesoaps.com https://www.facebook.com/evesgardenhandmadesoaps https://twitter.com/EvesGardenSoaps
Views: 4743 EvesGardenSoaps
Season 2 Week 30 of Soaping101 and we are creating a reusable custom soap mold liner. Soaping101 Merchandise: http://www.soaping101.com Supplies needed to make this soap... Castin' Crafts Mold Builder: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001EU9KXS/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B001EU9KXS&linkCode=as2&tag=soaping101-20 Join us in our facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/soaping101 Like Soaping101 on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/soaping101 Royalty free music by Kevin MacLeod.
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Hey soapers, I've been wanting to get out of making small batches as I realized it is a huge waste of time. I was spending more time in the kitchen making soaps then cooking. My poor daughter came home happy thinking she saw mashed potatoes in the crock pot, had to tell her it was soap... "wow mom soap for dinner AGAIN" lol. For weeks I've been trying to figure out how I am going to make the big jump on a tight budget. All the large molds I was looking at are more then $50, ain't no body got time or money for that. So I decided to try it out myself. I am sooooo happy I did. For less then $20ish (I live in Miami), I picked up 7 single pre cut wood. I kept 6 whole and had them cut up the 7th one. Home Depot Poplar (wood) buy 7 .25 thickness (sorry I kept saying 25 it's .25) 3.5" width 36" length Gorilla wood glue **keep 6 in it's original state the 7th one ask them to cut it to make ends to close the mold and one cut smaller for the inside (to use as a divider if needed) I was able to make two large molds. How many bars did this make? I have a Bud cutter that cuts my bars 1.25" which are large so I came out with 23 large 8oz bars. As I do most of my bars I turned around and cut them in half to make 4oz bars. So total bars for me is 46 bars. Hope this video will help you make the jump to making bigger batches. Stay tuned to my Turmeric Facial Bar video where I cooked this big batch for the mold. Let me know when you make yours on how your process went. -Donata xo ...***I repeated some things several times.... sorry :-P Enjoy the video. Thanks for watching. Don't forget to subscribe! Have questions on taking better care of your skin? Join the conversation on Facebook group where I share tips and information on taking care of your skin inside and out. :) https://www.facebook.com/groups/donataskinfood/ Visit our shop: Donata Skinfood www.donata.co Instagram: http://instagram.com/donatasco Facebook: http://facebook.com/donatasco Twitter: http://twitter.com/donatasco Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/donatasco Blog: http://www.donata.me Shop Located at: Skinfood and Facial Services @ Yellow Green Farmer's Market #186 1940 N 30th Road, Hollywood, FL. 33021 Saturdays & Sundays 9am-4pm Products also available at: Kathy's Place Hair Salon 1903 Harrison St Hollywood, Florida
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you need to buy a 1x4x6 cut 2 16 inch pieces and 1 14 and 3/8 inch for lid and 2 4 inch pieces and a 1x6x4 cut to 16 inch piece for bottom. I used POPLAR. 2-2pkg hinges (cheep ones under 2 bucks) 4- 2 inch wood screws, 1 knob Thank you for viewing! If you like it like it and subscribe! if you love it pass it around! Have a suggestion? Leave it in the comments or better yet a video response! MWAH! http://www.etsy.com/shop/OurSacrificialGoat Drop me a postcard or send me something to review! Wendy Smith PO BOX 362 LYNN HAVEN FL 32444
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This mold has a simple design and is easy to make, here is the list of supplies: 1 square of plywood big enough for the pieces 2 6 inch bolts 4 washers 2 wing nuts 4 small hinges Cut the plywood into the following pieces 1 17.5 inch x 6.5 inch (bottom) 2 17.5 inch x 4.5 inch (sides) 2 4.5 inch x 3.75 inch (ends) Drill 2 holes in each side 1.5 inches from edge in the center. Attach the two sides to the bottom with hinges 1 inch from the edge. insert bolts, washers, and wing nuts. Insert the end pieces and tighten your bolts. Line your mold as you would any other wooden mold. When you are ready to remove your soap, unscrew your bolts and open the sides of the mold for easy release! Investing in a good quality saw will really make this project easier, at some parts you see me struggling, and this is because the saw I used did not make even cuts. Find me on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeNueMWn5yzBDObuaQvR92g If you would like to purchase from me, find my shop below: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Lassarina Find me on Social Media! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BoysenBerrySoaps/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lassarina85/
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Enjoy this tutorial of how I line my wooden soap molds with an inexpensive trash bag. Please feel free to post any questions that you may have. Thank you for watching and please subscribe and like Our website - http://www.dandicreations.com/ Our Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/DandiCreations Our Pinterest - http://www.pinterest.com/dandicreations/ Our Twitter - https://twitter.com/dandicreations Our Instagram - http://instagram.com/dandicreations/ Our Blog - https://dandicreations.wordpress.com/ Facebook Bath and Body YouTubers - https://www.facebook.com/groups/Batha... This is not a tutorial and intended for entertainment purposes only
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Diy signs, other diy home decor More signs or to order below. Follow me on instagram! https://www.instagram.com/gourmetjunk5/ Facebook—— https://m.facebook.com/Gourmet-Junk-147907285919133/?ref=bookmarks You will need. dimentions are 3 feet long, 6in wide. 1X6 1X4 1/4 in create a bolt rod 1/4 in create a bolt nut kit 1/4 in course 2in wood screws. 1/4 drill bit
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