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silicone votive candle mold - 4 cavities - soap mould - homemade

silicone votive candle mold - 4 cavities - soap mould - homemade

Regular price $42.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $42.00 USD
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For sale is one heavy duty silicone small votive candle mold with 4 cavities, great homemade quality, super easy to release.

Made to order. It may come with a different color.

Please check the pictures carefully and see the details and size before buying.

cavity size: about 1 3/8” wide, 1 5/8” deep, finished candle weighs about 1 oz.

This mold is great for making pure beeswax candles if you don't like metal or plastic molds, beeswax tends to stick to metal and hard to get out, this silicone mold is definitely your time saver, your candles are able to come out within half an hour, and it can slide right out, no release agent is needed.

Lots time and work are involved to make this heavy duty mold, but i am willing to do discount if you are ordering over 4 a time, i can combine shipping also.

This is a handmade product, I won't be able to guarantee that every mold would look perfect. But each one is made with great care, we try our best to give it a great look. and newly made mold does have a slight silicone smell since we don't use chemical to get rid of it like the factories do, but it would go away after a while and it doesn't affect your scented candle /soap at all.

How to use the mold for beeswax candles - My personal experience: (stick method)

1. insert in toothpicks as your wick pins, secure them on top with hair pins.

2. pour in your hot beeswax at about 185F

3. twist the toothpicks once a while so that they won't get stuck.

4. when the wax is settled and still a little warm (not cool), you can take the mold upside down and gently press the bottom, your candles should slide right out.

5. take out the toothpicks, and insert in your waxed candle wicks.

To extend the lifetime of this mold, I recommend :

1. to pour your soap/wax at the right temperature.

2. not to use it under extreme condition (baking or freezing too long ), a few minutes wouldn't hurt though )

3. not to use extreme pressure/ strength on it, you really don't have to.

The last, but not the least, use it the right way, and enjoy the easiest way of making your homemade beeswax votive candles.

Questions are welcome.

Thanks for looking.

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