Product Disclaimer

Due to the influence of many factors such as display brightness and light brightness, the actual colour and silicone of the item may be slightly different from the picture displayed on the website. Please allow the data to have a slight deviation from manual measurement.

Long thumbnails, and long nails in general are one of the major causes of silicone damage. Silicone is tough and elastic but this is only possible if it’s not torn. A slight piercing by your fingernails during de-moulding can cause the silicone to tear and break apart. Wear gloves, gloves will aid in protecting the silicone mould from being cut by your fingernails.

Do not keep resins in the mould for excessively prolonged period past curing. This can cause the silicone to degrade. This would affect the reusability. If you are uncertain, send us a message with the types of resins, you want to use and we will advise the appropriate method, curing time, temperature for your specific project. If you are not using this mould with resins, you can ignore this caution.

Instructions for Mold Use

You can use our molds for Soaps, Wax, Resin, Gypsum, Jesmonite, Concrete and Cake. However some molds work out better products and these can not be determined by each mold, only your trial and error can determine this. We can not guide what is better or not because every one uses a different base product, a different formula etc So these differences may vary from person to person. Product to Product.


Use And Care: 

The recommended Temperature Range: -40 ~ +230 ℃ please also be cautionary with your base product and follow the instructions. We are not responsible for any damages to molds or persons for lack of negligence.

Please wash your molds every 24hours and after every use, to do so we recommend Hot Hot Soapy Water, fill the dish wash sink with a solution of Dish Detergent and hot water(110-120°F/43-49°C), dunk and soak the molds so every part is filled with the water mix and leave until water is warm. NOT Cold. 

Using a soft sponge, nothing sharp or spiky, avoid holes and damage. Scrub each crevice in each place to clear the residue.

Let Mold air dry on a rack. 

-Silicone mold must be washed, rinsed, and sanitized at least once every 24 hours, or more often if needed.

-Tips: Use a neutral detergent in the dishwasher or hot water and clean it with a sponge. When cleaning, turned over the silicone mold,cleaning effect is better. Do not approach sharps or use steel balls and other hard cleaning tools.


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