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Silicone rubber molds are versatile

Silicone Rubber MoldsAre you a baker? If not, you may not think you have any use for silicone rubber molds. However, did you know that the high quality molds that we make here at First Impressions Molds perform equally well in the oven, the refrigerator and the freezer? That means that they are useful for molding a lot more than just fondant, gumpaste and pastillage. In fact, our silicone rubber molds can be used to help you decoratively shape a number of things, including:

  • Bread dough
  • Polymer clay
  • Butter
  • Candles
  • Candy
  • Ice
  • Soap

The possibilities are only limited by your imagination.


Silicone soap molds save time

Silicone Soap MoldsDo you enjoy making your own soaps in your spare time? If so, you should take a look at our great selection of silicone soap molds. From teddy bears to roses to golf balls and tees, First Impressions Molds has the molds that you need, all conveniently gathered and organized on one web site. This way, you can spend less time shopping for supplies and more time actually doing what you love to do.

Furthermore, all of our silicone soap molds are flexible and non-stick, allowing you to quickly and easily pop your finished products right out. Once your soaps have hardened, simply place your thumbs on top of the mold, your fingers on the bottom, and flex outward and up.


Polymer clay molds save money

Is polymer your medium of choice? Then, be sure to check out our superior collection of polymer clay molds. Also called push molds, these products are designed so that you can literally push the clay into all the crevices of the silicone mold.




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