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September 27, 2012
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tandr
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We use a 2 lb wooden loaf mold that I make with reclaimed wood. The thing is, they don’t

seem to stay flat on the sides they bow in, is that normal or are they cooling to fast?

October 2, 2012
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tandr, when you say “they” bow in – what do you mean by that?  The soap or the wooden sides?  I made my mold out of reclaimed wood too but haven’t had a problem with bowing of the wood – I’ll have the check the soap again!  Maybe it’s bowed?  Didn’t notice anything like that.  My mold has hinges on the side pieces so that they fold down when the soap needs to come out. 

Jan

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