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MorpheusPA

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Awesome idea! Let us know because that's something I'd try as well if it works.
 

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I use plastic bags when I make HP or rebatch and the local soaping store uses a some kind of plastic to line their molds for CP. Works pretty well if you aren't concerned about wrinkle marks on the sides.
 

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okay so I used the Reynold Oven bags.

everything is peachy clean :)

I cut them and stapled them to a wood mold. :)

I am forcing the stress on the bags so I did a CPOP @ 170 degrees for 3 hours ( 1 hour to go) Oven then is shut down and mold is left in Oven for 24 hours


I have looked at the oven 3 times no warping of the bags at all.
So tomorrow I will see if it come out nicely.
 

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It survived

SO REYNOLDS OVEN BAGS can be cut and used with your wood molds. I am pouring another batch of soap in this molds and CPOP it.

This is my Alcatraz Recipe ( LOL) Dende oil and pinkish bronze mica turned this into what i call. The Sahara

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