Perfect Liner For Your Mold
So I have been asked before what do I use to line my molds with. I use freezer paper. This is great to use with Cold process or Hot Process Soap. I hope this is very useful for those that are new to soap making.
I got this idea a few years back from someone I saw online using this method and I couldn't figure out how to line my mold with. So if you are interested here is how I line my mold. I am not very good at teaching anyone anything or giving out tutorials so please bare with me. I hope you get the idea on how to do this as it was difficult trying to do this with one hand on the camera and one hand trying to show you
2. Freezer paper. Freezer paper can be bought and any grocery store or Walmart where you would find the aluminum foil and trash bags etc. Its shiny on one side and dull on the other side. I
3. Unroll your freezer sheet on the dull side and place your mold inside. Pull enough of it out that that there is enough to overlap the sides of the mold. About 2-3 inches give or take.
See below as well.
See images below
Here is a better view from the top. Push you paper down.
Another view of all the sides folded down.
Trimming the ends
Just take a piece of scotch tape and apply it to all sides to make sure your liner stays in place. You can even run your finger over the top edges too to make a crease before applying the tape at the ends.
I hope this was helpful tip. Like I said I am not very good at giving tutorials and my photos were not that great as I took this pics with my cell phone as it was much easier to hold then my regular Canon camera.
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