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Leaf Chocolate Mold

High-quality plastic mold is FDA approved and is suitable for chocolate, soap making, plaster and concrete crafting. This mold makes approximately 40 pieces per pound of chocolate. Each piece is 2.375" x 1.375" x .125". Eleven cavities per...Read More

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High-quality plastic mold is FDA approved and is suitable for chocolate, soap making, plaster and concrete crafting. This mold makes approximately 40 pieces per pound of chocolate. Each piece is 2.375" x 1.375" x .125". Eleven cavities per mold. Not to be used for candy centers, hard candy or other hot ingredients. Liquefied chocolate should not exceed 120°F (49°C) when poured into mold. Hand wash only.

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  • Care: Hand wash only. Liquefied chocolate should not exceed 120°F (49°C) when poured into mold
  • Dimensions: Each leaf piece is 2⅜" x 1⅜" x ⅛"
  • Capacity: 11 cavities per mold.
  • This mold makes approximately 40 pieces per pound of chocolate
  • This mold is not used for candy centers
  • Suitable for chocolate, soap making, plaster and concrete crafting
  • Do not use for hard candy or other hot ingredients.
  • First quality plastic mold, FDA approved
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