I do have an eye out on availability. let me know if you have something specific in mind.I occasionally haunt the antique stores in Lancaster county. before I was rolling I occasionally saw a vintage wood cigar mold or 2. I have a couple shapes I don't have. If I were to run across a mold that suited my size needs, what should I look for prior to purchase? I know:
1. there should be 2 halves
2. they should fit together without gaps and without sticking
3. there should be no structural cracks
Anything else? how about wood conditioning/condition of wood?
Also, are there any particular considerations regarding storage when I'm not using them? Right now I have 2 molds, and they're both plastic.
I accidentally own 2 torpedo molds already.Check this out. I know you guys are always looking for a nice torpedo mold.
You lucky guys there... I’m either in the U.K. or China, so buying from the Honduran shop makes no difference from buying from US EBay, as the shipping is always that expensive...Almost....
I almost bought a mold last year from etsy. I backed out when I noticed shipping was the same price as the mold. I didn't need it that badly..
I use a vast horde of electrical, plumbing, baking, and sowing doodads for casquillo duty. This is the thing I just used a minute ago, perfect for a petite corona. No idea what it is. I suspect it's electrical:After watching bliss use the piping caps, I have been using that, I was just laughing at the “UP” charge that the site placed on the item