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  • How do I know how much oil I need to fill a mold?


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    Q. How do I know how much oil I need to fill a mold?

    A. One way to estimate how much a mold will hold is to measure the internal dimensions of your mold -

    length x width x height x .4 will give you the ounces of oils that it should be in your recipe..

    For example, a mold that is 18" long, 3.5" wide that is poured to 2.5" tall will hold 18 x 3.5 x 2.5 x .4 which is 63 oz. Which is close to 64 oz, 4 pounds.

    When someone talks about a 3 pound soap recipe, they are usually referring to the amount of oils.

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