25 Cube Silicone Mold


25 Cube Silicone Mold


Create perfect square soaps using our 25 Cube Silicone Soap Mold. For effortless soap release, make sure to use sodium lactate. Leave the soap to harden completely before trying to remove it from each cavity in the mold. To release the soap cubes, simply flip the mold over and gently apply pressure to each square.

Customer Reviews

Based on 49 reviews
K.D. (Smyrna, US)
Great for squares

loved the way my soaps turned out

Da Bomb!

I have two of these now, and they are the perfect size for soap on a rope and more. I love the way the soap stacks and never falls over.

G.M. (Abidjan, CI)
I need more

I finally tried my mold and I love it.
Ordering another 3.

J.G (Phillipsburg, US)
25 cube silicone mold

I have not used it as yet, but great quality product

A. (Montreal, CA)
25 Squares siñicoke cube mold

Great mold, big and sturdy. i love it. Good for testing colors

A.H. (Hilo, US)
Perfect mold for Salt Soaps!

Excellent size and perfect squares!

R.H. (Painesville, US)
Great Molds

These are great molds there are 2 things I would suggest to people who are going to use them. 1 is using for cp use sodium lactate to harden the bars its crucial. and 2. Let sit atleast 48 hours before trying to take them out or you'll smash in the top of the bars and they come out a wavy mess. My recipe general hardens pretty fast. For some reason it takes it longer to harden in these molds. I do like them though.

P.R. (Woodstock, CA)

I love this mold ! Worked out great for sea salt bars and looking forward to making other square cube soaps.

N.N. (Perkiomenville, US)

I was excited to get this mold. The first few times I used it I only used one row and used MP soap for xmas extras in my holiday gift boxes. Second time I used it to make marble CP using two rows. This time I filled all of the mold and 2 days later still couldn't get them all out. The ones I did get out had finger tip marks on them. By the time I got them out I was exhausted and each one of them had a defect from my pushing on the mold. Won't use it again. It's a nice concept but bad delivery. It should have a solid row between the rows to help open it up more.

M.g. (Regina, CA)
So hard to remove

I thought this would be a fun shape for soap and it is, except for the dents in the soap from trying to get them out. I used sodium lactate as recommended and let it cure a bit longer(2days) and it was still so hard to remove. Anyone wanna buy some molds?