CK Products 1-1/2-Inch Paw Print Chocolate Mold
This paw print mold is not only for ice cubes and candy making, it’s perfect for shaping your homemade dog treats!
About this product:
- 11 cavities per mold.
- This mold makes approximately 60 pieces per pound of chocolate.
- This mold is not used for candy centers.
- Suitable for chocolate, soap making, plaster and concrete crafting.
- NOT DISHWASHER SAFE
- Do not use for hard candy or other hot ingredients.
- Made in the USA
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