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  • Soap Loaf Moulds

    Hi,

    As I am fairly new to saopmaking, I am again asking your your help. Does anyone know where the best place to buy soap loaf moulds and a cutter is?

    I have 'googled' for them and have not found anything suitable. I need a loaf mould that will take a recipe that uses 2lb of oils (preferably also a bigger one as well).

    Again let me thank everyone of this forum and you are really helpful.

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    I don't supply a cutter but have some wooden soap moulds. Please check the link (fair trade, etc) in my sig.
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    • #3
      Hi Ed and welcome!

      I get mine form this company and there really helpful - www.soapmakers-store.com

      They hold 2lb and there plastic. Be careful as they can split easily.
      Or there's Denny on ebay, his are more durable, but make a bigger slice.
      I bought my cutter from ancient wisdom off the net. There's also Soap tub and Soap kitchen on the net too.

      Happy soap making!
      x Maria

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      • #4
        Thank you

        Thank you both for your posts.

        I have looked at your Sheabutter Cottage web site and printed off the details as I found you after my post!

        Thanks Bubmle Bee for the additional web site, I haven't found that one. I will take a look now.

        Once again thanks.

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        • #5
          Soaposh also have wooden soap moulds...

          I use a large cheese board with a wire cutter to slice my CP soap...
          Ann-Marie
          The Soap Cellar

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          • #6
            Ann-marie, Thank-you for the Soaposh post. Iv been looking for a squared wooden mould for ages and there a good price to.
            Ed, i would recommend these, more than the plastic ones.
            x Maria

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            • #7
              Thanks

              Thanks eveyone who posted a reply.

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              • #8
                you can also get one from thesoapkitchen.co.uk that one has a cutter with it as well

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                • #9
                  re

                  i get most of my stuff from the soap tub formerly known as meltandpoursupplies, david the owner is lovely he has a few moulds but i found a great loaf mould in ikea of all places in the storage part its white plastic and has sections for 3 loafs 2 smaller and 1 large cost about 2.50 its brilliant i use it for all my loaves now will post a pic when i reach 25 (almost there)
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                  www.crafty-cow.webs.com

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                  • #10
                    re last post

                    forgot to say i think my mould is supposed to be a drawer divider of some sort
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                    • #11
                      Soap moulds

                      I can make you soap moulds, slicers, any size you like.

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                      • #12
                        I'm afraid I would stear clear of the soaptub at the mo unless you have weeks to wait on your order, I placed an order on the 1st and after 2 weeks got no reply to emails or telephone calls Have you tried ebay or ebid they both have a good selection
                        Ger xx

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                        • #13
                          You can use alsorts as a mould. For loaves i use a silcone loaf tray. Anything will do aslong as it has some give in it so you can get your soap out.

                          Theres a couple of cutters on ebay, I dont use them, I might once i get my website sorted, but i cant really get soap slices to sell that well on ebay, so dont bother lol
                          http://www.folksy.com/shops/SoapsByLaura
                          http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Soaps-By-Laura

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                          • #14
                            Injection Molding

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                            tradekey.com/product_list/cid/0853/Mould.htm

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                            • #15
                              I can give you a really cheap alternative to loaf moulds. I found that loaf moulds were quite expensive so I started using tuppaware boxes. Has always worked for me so maybe it would be good for you too ^.^

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