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Bite Me Lips Hybrid Mold
Bite Me Lips Hybrid Mold

Bite Me Lips Hybrid Mold

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Regular price
$25.00
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$25.00

Approximate weight of the bath bomb made with this mold: 111 g (3.9oz)

Description:

Hybrid Molds are a cross between 3D and vacuum molds.  They are a 3D printed one piece mold with easy release. 

All molds are made to order, for information on processing time click here. Our molds are made of PLA. PLA stands for Polyactic Acid and is a thermoplastic polymers in that it is derived from renewable resources like corn starch or sugar cane.

Policies:
Printing Defects - Sometimes there might be slight discoloration, or a slight printing defect. This will not affect the performance of the molds.

We do not offer refunds or cancellations on any orders. If you have any issues with any item, please contact us directly, and we will work with you. If you have any quality issues, please contact us directly.

 

Maintenance:

Cleaning your mold is as easy as rinsing under cool water, and towel dry. Never soak your molds as they can retain water. Do not place your molds in the dishwasher. PLA is susceptible to heat, so please do not use warm or hot water.

Instructions:
To use: Add some mixture into the bottom of the mold and press in the details. If using embeds, place them now. Fill the rest of the mold loosely. Gently compress the mixture with your palm. If the mold is a little under filled, add more mix until the mold is over filled. Using something straight and solid like a butter knife, soap cutter or whatever else you have removed the excess mixture so the bath bomb is even with the mold and completely smooth and level. Put face down on drying surface, lift up however if any resistance occurs tap on the mold with a spoon until the suction releases before lifting straight up.

Prefer to see a video, join our Facebook Help group where we have plenty of videos showing how to use our molds, https://www.facebook.com/groups/283611055546721/

Once a member, this is the video showing how to use this mold:

 https://www.facebook.com/groups/283611055546721/permalink/1068329380408214/