Doughnut mold specifics:
Measures 3 in diameter x 5/8 deep. Each half is approximately 1.6 ounces. Joining two halves will give a depth of 1 1/4. Makes three 3D doughnuts once the halves are joined (see instructions below). 6 cavities per sheet.
How to join for a 3D mold type:
Pour and release soap from mold. Using the same colored soap (or clear soap base) drizzle melted soap onto the flat side of one of the soaps. Join the second half by aligning it to the first soap (the one with the drizzled soap). Gently, press the two halves together and allow and allow the soap to set up until firm. The soap drizzled between the two halves acts as glue and holds the two pieces together for a 3D soap. Pouring temperatures should not exceed 145 degrees F. Pouring above these temperatures may warp or damage the mold.
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Mold size and pouring temperature of soap will determine set up time. It is imperative that you allow soap to cool completely before trying to remove from any mold. Depressions will occur in the top of mold if you try to release soap by force. Allow molded soaps to sit for at least 1 hour for best results. Gently pull the at the sides of the mold. This releases entrapped air between the mold and soap. Using firm, but gentle pressure, push on the top of mold until soap is released. If you are still having difficulty, place mold in the freezer for 10-15 minutes.
Mold Tips for CP (cold process) soapers: