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Dab Art concentrate mould

Add a touch of imagination to your extractions with this silicone case from Dab Art, designed to be used as a mould for your cannabis extracts. Discover it now at alchimiaweb.com

It is included a small dabber to mould your BHO or Rosin extractions into a classic cube as well as into more original shapes like different smileys, the dollar symbol, a bee, a rocket and much more designs.

To facilitate the setting, it is advisable to put the box with the concentrate in the refrigerator for several minutes. The cold hardens the extraction meaning it can be removed from the silicone mould easily.

Buy Dab Art concentrate mould (BHO Extraction) at Alchimia Grow Shop

Moose Labs: Dab Art – Silicone Wax Mold

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Moose Labs: Dab Art – Silicone Wax Mold
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Dab-art wax molds are like adult Play-Doh! Fun to play with and great for taking social media pictures!

Create dab molds using your favorite shapes! This silicone stencil allows you to create forms as well as spell out words, making your sesh a fun and creative experience! A great gift for yourself or any concentrate connoisseur!

Let your creative side shine the Dab Art wax molds. More than 50 shapes, letters, and symbols that you can use to bring your wax to life!

Introducing the awesome new way to add some artwork to your dabs! The Dab Art Silicone Wax Molds are made by Moose Labs and are a collaboration with Skilletools

Each silicone dab art mold pad comes inside of a honeycomb pattern metal tin, and contains a flat head dabber/scooper tool from Skilletools.

To Use:

Simply press your concentrates into the mold, remove, and dab away.

Blast off with a rocket ship dab, drop a bomb dab, hell even dab your name.

Now you can dab your wax and play with it too!

Let your creative side shine the Moose Labs Dab Art wax molds. More than 50 shapes, letters, and symbols that you can use to bring your dab wax to life! ]]>