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Cut the tube soap into small cute heart ones that are ideals for embedding into larger soaps and add more than a touching of romance to any soap design.
This item may be used for molding hot and cold processed soaps as well as melt and pour soap bases.
They are heavy-duty soap molds that can be used over and over again.
It can hold embed soap mold inside, combine into beautiful round art craft.
Can be utilized to make chocolate, candies, soaps, puddings, candles, jellies, aromatherapy stones and other crafts.
Features: 1. Cut the tube soap into small cute heart ones that are ideals for embedding into larger soaps and add more than a touching of romance to any soap design. 2. This item may be used for molding hot and cold processed soaps as well as melt and pour soap bases. 3. They are heavy-duty soap molds that can be used over and over again. 4. It can hold embed soap mold inside, combine into beautiful round art craft. 5. Can be utilized to make chocolate, candies, soaps, puddings, candles, jellies, aromatherapy stones and other crafts.
Notice: *Actual color may be slightly different from the image due to different monitor and light effect *Please allow 1-3cm deviation due to manual measurement
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