Keen to step up your abilities and take your bath bomb game to the next level? well, here it is! 3d moulds mean better quality and better details. Ombres and beautiful dark colours will really make this design pop, think rubies and emeralds and sapphires. Some beautiful mica for shine and you will have everyone wanting this on repeats. You could also pair this with jewellery embeds, glitter waters or gemstones for a layered surprise. This mould has a varying depth for your own personal preference.
No manual press or other equipment needed for this style of moulding. This particular press mould, however, is recommended for all experience levels of bath bomb-making. This has three individual pieces.
This is available in one size. As this is not printed to order this has limited availability as it is an already completed product. Ready to be shipped to your home asap.
Finished bath bomb size is 9cm wide and 7cm tall
This is made from PLA+ Material. It is printed on a 3d printer and as such has speciality care conditions (please see below).
Stipulations and care-
This is a manual, hand press and not recommended with a pneumatic/electric press.
Please be aware this is not a food-safe product and should not be used for food preparation.
This mould is to be hand-washed only and is NOT dishwasher safe. Please only wash with cold water. Towel Dry after washing in cold water. Please do not soak moulds in water as they can retain water which will activate your bombs. Also, soaking moulds will cause the bond between the layers to weaken and your mould will become fragile over time.
The temperature will affect this mould and warp it in a way that cannot be fixed. Microwaves, garages (or other non-temperature controlled spaces like cars) and direct sunlight are all best avoided with this mould.
You may need to add a mould release product (Cyclomethicone, isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol, etc) to the mould to help cleanly remove your mixture.
Please note with any printed product they are subject to minor surface defects, minor colour and tiny dimensional deviation etc. This will not affect the performance of the piece and as close to 100% is always the goal.