Tractor molds are here just in time for spring and they’re flying (or driving) off the shelves! Grab a mold and make your tractors today!
ONE: Melt about two ounces of clear soap base and mix in two mini scoops of Vintage Gray Mica. Use the Injector Tool (or a dropper and a steady hand) to fill in the tires of the mold (or any other details you want black). Immediately rinse your injector tool in super hot hot water.
TWO: Melt one ounce of clear soap base and mix in one heaping scoop of Yellow Mica. Then fill in the inside of the tires and stripe on the side of the tractor (the details are up to you).
THREE: Melt about 9 ounce of clear soap base and add 4-5 drops of Liquid Green Oxide and .25 ounces of Fragrance Oil (your choice, I used Energy). Mix well. Spritz the soap in the mold with rubbing alcohol and fill up the mold with green soap, just up to the windows.
FOUR: Now it’s time to embed our Driver! Melt another 4 ounces of clear soap base. Spritz the green soap layer with rubbing alcohol and pour a thin layer of clear on top of the green. Liberally spritz the embeddable toy with rubbing alcohol and immediately place him/her in the clear soap so their heads are looking out the tractor window.
FIVE: Once the clear layer of soap has cooled, fill up the mold with the remaining green soap. Remember to spritz the clear layer with rubbing alcohol, first.
Layering Tip: When layering soap, make sure that your soap is no hotter than 125 degrees. Any hotter will melt the bottom layer of soap, making your lines a little bit messy.