MOLD USAGE TIPS:
Depending on what type of medium you are using in your mold, some mediums may be soft... such as polymer clay, fondant, air dry clays etc. You shouldn't need a release agent but if you are having a hard time removing your piece without distorting it, simply put it in the freezer for a few minutes to harden your medium, then try to remove it. Works every time for me! :)
Some mediums such as polymer clay, may be baked in your molds since they are heat safe, but my advice is to bake your piece using a lower temp. to get the piece to harden, THEN remove it and bake the rest of the way at the normal required temp.
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About the TIKI mold
This is a durable flexible silicone rubber unlike some silicones that are soft and will rip when you flex them. My molds are very durable and will withstand everyday wear and tear.
SEE MULTIPLE PICTURES ABOVE FOR SIZE. There is a ruler in each photo.
CONVERSION - 1 inch = 2.54 centimeters (for international buyers.)
**** ABOUT SILICONE MOLDS ****
• FDA food grade mold.
•Flexible for ease of removing your item. No need to use a release agent.
•Mold can be put in the oven and withstands temperatures up to 395 degrees.
If you use the mold with polymer clays and resin, do not use the same mold for food items to avoid contamination.
Molds are easily washable with soap and water.
Use with fondant, wax, resin, chocolate, any kind of clay, etc.
A few ideas for using your finished pieces include...
cupcake decorations, cake decorations, cookie decorations
jewelry (earrings, necklace charms, pins)
scrapbooking tags, paper piecings, picture paper clips,
charms (cell phone, etc)
handmade greeting cards
embellishments for picture frames,