This selection of silicone Rounded Soap Dish Moulds allows you to get creative and make a custom soap dish to add that extra personal touch to your bathroom. You could fill the mould with an array of transparent tints, some aquamarine eco-glitter or some beautiful wild flower petals to make your new soap holder extra special!
Each soap dish mould needs approx 200ml of resin to fill. We suggest using our fill-it slowcure epoxy resin - it is the hardest of our epoxy resins and has minimal bubbles. Your soap dishes may need a little support at their edges while curing to stop any possible bowing.
Choose from a Rectangular Soap Dish with horizontal channels, an Oval Soap Dish with vertical channels or an Oval Soap Dish with horizontal channels. Approximate measurements:
- Oval dishes: approx 13cm long x 10cm wide x 2.5cm high
- Rectangle dish: approx 12cm long x 10cm wide x 2.5cm high
How to look after your new mould: top tips from the Resin8 team
Our silicone moulds can be used multiple times - to get the very best resin results it is important to care for them perfectly. Keep your mould in the bag it comes to you in and store carefully moulds do not like to be stacked or kept contained in a box with other items, this will result in the mould losing its shape. Moulds that are more complex to demould from will not last as long as straightforward, plain moulds.
It is best to use a heat tool such as an embossing craft gun to rid bubbles from your creations, naked flames can damage the outer edges of your mould. Take extra care when de-moulding your creation, pay special attention to not scratch the interior of your mould with long fingernails.
Any residue left in your mould once you have finished using it can be brushed out with a soft bristled brush such as a watercolour paint brush. Do not use sticky tape to de-tack dust, fluff or glitters - doing this will remove the interior shine within your mould.
If your casting comes out dull it could be that the mould has come to the end of its life (or that the mould doesn't have a shiny interior surface). You can keep using moulds that are past their best - it just takes a little more effort. Add a thin layer of resin to the casting or use polish and a cloth to bring up the shine.
You might like to consider using moulds that have past their best for another exciting craft. How about exploring the wonderful world of Jesmonite? Resin-tired moulds make excellent moulds for working with Jesmonite. You can find more about this wonderful composite here.