Hi all, I'm really excited to get started on my newest batch of soap this weekend. I've done a few, and while I liked how the batches generally looked (and smelled), I've gotten a partial gel phase and it's been disappointing. I guess, bear in mind I was soaping in my garage last time and it got quite cool so that was probably my issue. I've been reading about CPOP as a way to pretty much guarantee gel phase, but I've heard it's not to be done with a silicone mold. I have a rectangular mold (I think it's 48oz). I don't want to end up with a gigantic mess or ruined soap in my oven, but I'm intrigued, and I have seen some accounts of people who have tried it with success. I'm wondering if any of you are hiding out here what's your CPOP in a silicone mold success story? One of the issues described is bubbles forming on the edges of the soap as it essentially "boiled", I'm wondering if I could trim down the soap to get rid of those or how deep they go. I'm also thinking, the lowest setting on my oven is 170 - maybe I could get this to work if I left the door open for a bit before putting the soap in. Otherwise, have you all had good luck with bringing the soap inside and covering it? Husband was not very happy about me wanting to bring the soap inside the house, but maybe I could convince him. I'd just hate to put in all the work again just to be disappointed with another partial gel. Thanks a lot!