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How to use silicone moulds?

What are silicone moulds?

The silicone moulds are essential for bakers and home chefs. They are made of a non-stick material that makes them resistant to heat and cold. Also, they are available in a range of shapes and sizes and make baking fun. Usually, they are long-lasting and can be used for cooking other things as well.

Where can I use silicone moulds?

You can use these moulds for a variety of purposes. For instance, you can use them to bake as well as make crayons, plastic, DIY bath bombs or resin jewellery and other fascinating things.

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Silicone moulds set ( in different colours)

Do I need to grease these moulds?

No, you don’t. With our food-grade silicone and non-stick silicone moulds, greasing is not required. So, it is easier to unmould the cake due to silicone’s flexibility.

How do I clean silicone moulds?

There are 2 methods to clean a stained silicone mould: the vinegar way and the baking soda way.

Vinegar way: put white vinegar in your mould, to which you add boiling water. After 1 hour of soaking, soak in clear water and then rinse.

Baking soda: Apply baking soda to your mould and mix it with hot water. After rinsing thoroughly, soap the mould with clear water and rinse.

It is highly inadvisable to use abrasive sponges to clean your silicone moulds. Indeed, they can leave micro-scratches, and thus permanently damage your mould.

What precautions do I need to take care of my moulds?

  1. Store your silicone moulds in a single, flat layer. Because storing them in a pile may cause them to bend and warp. Also, once a silicone mould is warped, it cannot be undone.  Hint:  To create more storage space, use a piece of cardboard on top of a layer of moulds to create a new storage layer.  Be sure to evenly distribute the moulds on the next layer.
  2. Store your moulds cool, dry area, out of direct sunlight. Cause, excessive heat can cause the moulds to warp or break down.
  3. If you’re not going to be using your silicone moulds for a while, consider storing a casting in the moulds to help ensure they will retain their shape.  Hint:  if it’s an intricate mould and you’re worried about getting the model back into the moulds, try pouring warm candle wax into the moulds. Also, it should easily remove the mould later.
  4. Do not pierce holes in your moulds. This may cause the moulds to lose their shape and stop functioning in a proper manner.
  5. When finished with your silicone moulds, wash them with warm water and mild soap before storing them.  Also, don’t use solvents to clean your moulds and do not place them in the dishwasher.  Make sure your moulds are completely dry before storing them.
  6. Be careful when applying heat to your silicone moulds.  You don’t want to warp or burn the moulds.
  7. Limit the use of oils in your moulds as these can cause deterioration of the silicone. Also, keep out of direct sunlight, UV rays will also cause your silicone mould to deteriorate.
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Silicone Moulds with cup-cakes in them

Why should I buy silicone mould?

  1. They are non-stick and don’t require any oil spray or greasing.
  2. These are dishwasher safe and are easily cleaned without any need for scrubbing or soaking.
  3. Our moulds are microwave friendly.
  4. You can also safely store them in the fridge/freezer.
  5. The moulds heat up evenly so you get an even bake on your food. Thus, they make baking very easy.
  6. These items are very easy to store and extremely lightweight.
  7. They will not ever stain or rust.
  8. They are affordable and available in multiple colours.

What products can I make with silicone moulds?

  1. Soaps
  2. Jewellery
  3. Homemade chalks, erasers, gummies
  4. Pressed Sugar Candies
  5. Jello
  6. Homemade Lollipops
  7. Homemade Chocolates

A note on types of moulds:

Just a quick note about the quality and construction of silicone moulds. Once you start using them you will notice a lot of variability in the softness, stiffness, depth, detailing and more of moulds. This will lend certain moulds to different types of uses. For instance, when making bath bombs you want a mould with minimal detail and quite soft. But making soap can be done in a mould with more details and can be fairly stiff.

As you start using moulds you will see how certain types work better for different projects. Soon you will be a master of moulds too!

Our moulds are available starting at a very affordable price. They come in various sizes and colours. Don’t wait, purchase your moulds now to meet your baking needs.

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