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I have more than a couple of friends who working warehousing and retail and shipping and all that and I’ve been quizzing them over using wood pallets.
For a food grade cereal warehouse, they are kept REALLY REALLY clean and only discarded when they break. For a retail store, they’ve been travelling on a shipping truck (which my retail friend says are ick). For a construction site, we can tell you from personal traumatic the-dog-got-in-there-and-tracked-stranger-doo-doo-all-over-the-house experience that construction workers do sometimes use those as bathrooms.
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To change things up from my regular posts, I decided to write instructions on how to make a simple catapult. When finished, I found that the best items to launch from this type of catapult was mini marshmallows commonly found for a few dollars at a grocery store. I chose a simple design that would be easy for the boys to follow and would allow plenty of time to launch marshmallows at a target.
Step 2 – Tie another rubber band tightly around the opposite end so all 7 sticks are bound together. Step 4 – Insert the 7 sticks banded together through the 2 stick bundle as shown in the illustration below. If these instructions helped you in anyway, please leave me a comment or link to this page so others can find these instructions as well. You can often find pallet sheds for free on Craigslist so start searching then get to building! Recycling pallets to build projects is a sustainable activity, just make sure your pallets are chemical and nail free before using them. Butch Bridges built this shed from pallets and there are a lot of people out there who want to save money and recycle and wish to find clean pallets for cheap that they can use in their own home improvement projects. A mini-industry has popped up for anyone with a pickup truck that is willing to find pallets and sell them.
Timothy’s background includes stints at This Old House, ELLE DECOR, Metropolitan Home and Woman’s Day. At a minimum, I would suggest screws instead of nails when dealing with outside wood projects (such as a deck).
I don’t know where you built this, but I am sure it would not pass any building codes.
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Another soapmaker who has built their own wooden soap molds also mentioned to watch out for woods that are either glued together or treated, especially if you CPOP (cold process oven process.) Woods that contain glue or are chemically treated should NOT be used in the oven as they could fall apart or may off-gas toxic chemicals.
If you don’t have a saw at home, many home improvement stores will cut your wood for you, if you ask, so keep that in mind! For your end boards, the height should match the side boards, and clear 1″ taller than any fill capacity of the mold. For your side boards, the height should match the end boards, and clear 1″ taller than any fill capacity of the mold. For your base board, the length should match the side boards and the width should accommodate the largest width of soap loaf you will make in this mold, plus the width of the side board pieces and an additional inch or so.
To configure your mold to your bar size, think about the dimensions of your bars and how many bars of soap you want to make.


You may also want to consider what silicone liners are available from soapmaking suppliers. Keep in mind that you can make multiple sets of end boards to change the width of the mold, from a single loaf to a double or triple slab! You’ll also need four sets of steel bolts and accompanying nuts, two sets for each end of the mold. Washers are totally optional, I like to use them so that the bolt head and the nut don’t dig into the wood. You’ll also need a power drill to predrill holes for the wood screws, holes for the bolts, and to drill the screws in place. The placement here is important, as you need to ensure that you place the bolts with enough room for the soap mold cavity and the end boards. It’s easiest to stack your side boards on top of each other, clamp them together, and then drill the four holes into the side boards together at one time. CREATE THE BASE: On the bottom of your base board, line up a side board similar to what is shown in the illustration except do so on the bottom of the base board. Pre-drill holes for your wood screws along the edge of the base board within the section you outlined.
Optional: After you pre-drill the holes, apply a thin line of wood glue to the top edge of your base board and clamp your side board to the base. Use your power drill to fasten your wood screws into the pre-drilled holes from the bottom of the base board, as shown in the illustration above.
If you want to change the width of your wooden soap mold, just change out your end boards for a different size! If you did not build your wooden soap molds to fit a silicone liner, you will need to line your mold. In the example side board length calculation, should the thickness of the end board be doubled? I'm no stranger to playing favorites, and I get asked all the time where my gear comes from. Check out all of the free tutorials, recipes, videos, and soapmaking resources right here on Modern Soapmaking. Get your hands on all the hot premium resources with tons of options available, from ebooks & courses to live mentoring. I've worked with hundreds of soapmakers to go from saponification to success, find out what they think. Coli and friends?  Pallets were blamed for some of the well-known food contamination in recent years. Anything that you bring into the house that’s not really from a store or a reliable source should be washed down properly before use to avoid health problems or other issues.
If you have young children and want to build your own cabin or small home this is a great way to squeeze the kids in. Whether it ends up inside or outdoors I thought it was such a cool way to stay off grid and keep things simple. I’m a Den Leader for my local Webelos cub scouts group and we are working on the engineering activity badge.
Many designs (including the one provided in the scout handbook) were fairly complex and would require a long time to built.
We actually recommend you shop for new pallets as often times used pallets may be contaminated without you even knowing it.
You shouldn’t mess with old pallets that have rusty nails as it can be extremely dangerous, and make sure you dispose of any unused pallets before someone steps on them. If the investment of larger molds or silicone molds is off your pocketbook’s radar, you can DIY and build your own wood soap molds very inexpensively. If you are planning on only making one, you will likely spend upwards of $20 to $30 on supplies as smaller wood boards at hardware stores are more expensive and you will have leftover wood. Just figure out your dimensions, and bring them along with you when you purchase your supplies! The length of the end board should match the desired width of the soap loaf you wish to make. The length of the side boards should be calculated by adding the thickness of the end board pieces, the length of the soap loaf desired, plus an additional three inches.


Opting for any width of soap mold cavity beyond 12″ wide will greatly affect the cost, as the bolts needed greatly increase in price. It’s almost always cheaper to build your own supporting mold box for silicone liners than it is to buy the accompanying mold from the supplier. You can also create an extra end board of each dimension to use as a dam, creating a shorter loaf of soap than the intended mold cavity you make. The number of wood screws depends on the length of your mold, I tend to use one screw for every two inches of length. The length of your bolts will be determined by the width of your mold cavity and thickness of your side boards. A simple handheld cordless power drill set tends to come with the standard drill bits you’ll need.
I like to mark the center of the board, and then measure and mark where the end of the soap cavity should be on either end.
Doing that will make sure that your drilled holes are perfectly lined up so that the bolts are level. Trace the inside edge of the side board using a pencil, this will help you line up the placement of the wood screws to secure your side board to the base.
I personally use the same method as Amy at Great Cakes Soapworks, you can view her video tutorial about how to line soap molds with freezer paper here. Yurt 700 Square Feet Solar Powered Yurt with Deck Book a stay in this solar yurt vacation rental in upstate New York or just learn more about it here. And even better the idea of using something like an old school bus or even a used shipping container to create a new home.
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They absolutely love decorating them with felt pens, and shooting off anything they think won’t put an eye out. Changing out your end boards for new ones will adjust the width of the mold cavity, so you may choose to make multiple sets!
A single loaf at 18″ in length will range in weight from approximately 6 to 8 lbs of soap. If you build your molds to fit a silicone liner, remember that your mold cavity will actually be the exterior dimensions of your silicone liner.
You don’t have to use stainless steel or any high grade steel, the standard zinc plated steel is fine. To determine the minimum length of the bolts, take the width of the soap loaf, add the thickness of your two side boards, and an additional inch.
And then place the end boards in place and trace a light pencil line on the outside edge of each end board.
Like I mentioned before, you can place washers between the bolt and the wood, as well as the nut and the wood, but this is entirely optional. Yesssss. If you happen to build these molds, I’d love to hear from you in the comments below! This catapult can be used as a craft idea for kids on a slow weekend or it can be used as a school project. After following these instructions, it only took the scouts about 10 minutes to complete everything and start participating in trying out their new catapult.
If you are unable to find the length of bolt you need at a local hardware store, there are several online specialty suppliers for fasteners. My pine molds were made and used when I was a hobbyist, and held up fine, but there are others who have reported that they warp over time.
These trash can liners are the ones I prefer, or you can make your silicone mold using the tutorial from Lovin’ Soap.



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