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  1. Hey everyone, I've been experimenting more with silicon molds lately and have run into quite an annoying problem. Regardless of what I do, I can't get the scent from previous pours out of the molds. It continues to smell like the previous fragrances. Sometimes, even stained by dyes used as well. Its actually made me about give up on these darn things and go back to my normal stuff. But honestly... I've tried EVERYTHING and getting nowhere including: soap and water mold cleaner alcohol baking soda vinegar baby oil
  2. We have partnered with Soap Equipment to create a line of stock, printed boxes designed specifically to fit their soap molds. Printed on the same high-quality paper we use for our custom box packaging, these boxes are printed in soft colors with subtle, repeating patterns designed to blend in with your labels. We also added a soft touch matte coating to the box, a finish typically seen on higher-end product packaging. Our stock soap boxes increase your soaps perceived value by implying a quality, luxurious product resides within. These boxes are very economical, and retail ready – you just
  3. We have partnered with Soap Equipment to create a line of stock, printed boxes designed specifically to fit their soap molds. Printed on the same high-quality paper we use for our custom box packaging, these boxes are printed in soft colors with subtle, repeating patterns designed to blend in with your labels. We also added a soft touch matte coating to the box, a finish typically seen on higher-end product packaging. Our stock soap boxes increase your soaps perceived value by implying a quality, luxurious product resides within. These boxes are very economical, and retail ready – you just
  4. Hi there, i've read on several posts people either use the oven method and or a solution-based cleaning agent. I dont have wax buildup on the inside of my molds its more of like residue from the wax, and i am wondering the best way to get the molds "spotless" again. Would it be just as easy to use my heat gun and wipe or more of solution-type spray and wipe? any help would be great. Thanks
  5. where can i find a good deal price wise on silicone molds?
  6. Hello everyone! I'm starting to get into candlemaking, and I'm in the process of gathering up supplies and studying for my first go. I wanted to ask a couple of questions, though: 1. When I get the hang of this, I'd like to be able to make more than one candle at a time. I realize that I could just buy multiple single molds, but it seems that there should be tray-molds that would let you make more than one candle at a time. I'm sure these exist, but I don't know the lingo well enough to search for them, I think, because I can't find them. Any ideas where I could find something like this?
  7. Skill level - Beginner to intermediate due to the layering aspect and being familiar with pouring pillars Pillar wax – this can be any type of pillar wax – either a blend, or straight paraffin. *NOTE- I have used IGI4625 and MP140 Pre-production blend wax – both with very similar results. With a straight paraffin you might want to add some sort of additives to keep it from mottling or being too rustic looking. You want them to be smooth and creamy looking. – I have never made these using a soy blend or straight soy so I cannot speak to the outcome, but I see no reason why it wouldn’t work wit
  8. Skill level - Beginner to intermediate due to the layering aspect and being familiar with pouring pillars Pillar wax – this can be any type of pillar wax – either a blend, or straight paraffin. *NOTE- I have used IGI4625 and MP140 Pre-production blend wax – both with very similar results. With a straight paraffin you might want to add some sort of additives to keep it from mottling or being too rustic looking. You want them to be smooth and creamy looking. – I have never made these using a soy blend or straight soy so I cannot speak to the outcome, but I see no reason why it wouldn’t work wit
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