Same here. It's the cheapest mold I've found but you can only use it once.
Milk cartons are covered with wax or a waxy substance to make them water proof. It also makes them soap proof, almost like having a wax paper lining built in.
I'm saving all milk and juice containers now, for use in test batches. And best of all, you just fill them up to whatever level you like. They're fairly flexible as far as batch size goes, particularly if you keep several on hand for overflow.
The only negative is that the 2-3/4" x 2-3/4" square bars are less than ideal as far as shape and the edges will be rounded and somewhat bowed, negative if you want them straight, or no big deal if you don't care. I taped a metal "L" shaped bracket to the sides to avoid parallelogram distortion in the shape. You can get one at a hardware store for less than a dollar.
A one quart milk carton has a volume of 58 cubic inches and accepts a batch made with 23 ounces of oils. It will produce about 6-8 bars 1" thick. That'll save you the calculations.