Hello.. I made 4lbs of Gingerbread Pumpkin soap tonight. I poured half into a 2lb mold that I've used several times before with no issue and the other half into a cardboard box lined with parchment paper. I checked on it 25 mins after pouring into molds and the cardboard box mold soap looked great. The soap the 2lb mold looks like it exploded. It is an applesaucey consistency, with some seperated oils on top..or at least that is how it appears. The mixture is all over the outer sides of the mold and the towels I had covering it. I don't understand why one is fine, and the other is not. The only difference between the two is this: I covered the cardboard box mold with parchment paper, thin piece of cardboard and a towel. I covered the 2lb mold with parchment paper and thin piece of cardboard AND a think blanket. Could the mixture in the 2lb mold have overheated due to the additional blanket covering it? I'm so confused. Also, is it ruined? Do I need to throw it out? I really, really don't want to waste it all. If I leave it on the counter will it eventually saponify? Right now it is still uncovered on my counter, I don't want to re-cover it and risk it overheating more..in case that is why this happened in the first place. Is there any way to save this half of the batch? Is it possible that the same thing will happen to the batch in the cardboard box mold? Thank you in advance for your help!! I am including pictures of both molds for reference.