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One of the best ways to beat stress is by taking a relaxing bath. Nothing can make stress go away faster than dunking some bath bombs in the tub. After a few minutes, you will feel great — there’s something about bath bombs that can make you feel like you’re a million-dollar.
Unfortunately, bath bomb use doesn’t come with a cheap price tag.
Worry not if you would like to pamper yourself on a budget as there are tons of bath bomb recipes on the internet. Yes, you can create your own bathbomb stash using ingredients that you can get your hands on easily. Making bath bombs themselves is already a de-stressing activity.
However, there is another quest that immediately follows suit: what to use for bath bomb molds.
The good news is that there is no need for you to contact your friend who is into DIY projects or head to the nearest arts and crafts shop just to find an answer. All you have to do is step foot inside the kitchen.
Yes, there is an assortment of stuff in your kitchen that can double as bath bombsmolds. While it’s true that they’re not meant for making homemade bath bombs, they can still help you whip them up from scratch. It’s all about being resourceful and imaginative, and both of these traits are important for any DIYer to have.
Without further ado, here are everyday kitchen items that you can use as molds:
Do you want to produce a dozen bath bombs at a time? Then use ice-cube trays as makeshift bath bombs molds. Using ice-cube trays that come in fun shapes allows you to come up with bath bombs that are fun to look at.
Worry not if you don’t have ice cube trays that come in exciting shapes. That’s because you can use cookie cutters instead. This allows you to have a bath bomb mould for every occasion.
If you love to bake, running out of makeshift bath bomb molds should be the least of your concerns. You can use muffin tins not only for whipping up baked masterpieces but also for relaxing bath bombs.
Definitely, you also have measuring cups other than muffin tins if you love baking. What’s so nice about using measuring cups as moulds is that you can produce bath bombs that come in an assortment of sizes.
Old Rubber Gloves
When wondering what to use for bath bomb molds, be careful what you toss in the trash can. For instance, old rubber gloves are great for the task. You can cut the fingers, each one good for use mould for a bath bomb.
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