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Party Festival Silicone 4 Hole Ice Cube Ball Drinking Maker Mold Sphere Mould Bar Ice Hockey

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  • Kitchen and Dining Type : Ice Trays
  • Brand : Other
  • Type:Ice Cream Tools
  • Feature:Eco-Friendly
  • Material:SiliconeIce Cream Tools 
  • Description:
  • 4 Cup Glass Shape Silicone Ice Cube Maker Freeze Mold Mould Drink Party Ice Tray.
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  • Kitchen and Dining Type : Ice Trays
  • Brand : Other
  • Type:Ice Cream Tools
  • Feature:Eco-Friendly
  • Material:SiliconeIce Cream Tools 
  • Description:
  • 4 Cup Glass Shape Silicone Ice Cube Maker Freeze Mold Mould Drink Party Ice Tray.
  • Each ice ball mold makes four 4.5cm /1.77inches ice spheres.
  • Ice tray is sealed and balanced and will not leak or tip in freezer.
  • Great for making ice cubes, chocolate, gelatins in party and bar.
  • Main Material: Silicone
  • Color: Black
  • Size :12 x 12 x 5cm /4.7 x 4.7 x 1.9 inches (Ball diameter 4.5cm/1.77inches)
  • Weight: 4.76 ounces
  • Quantity: 1pc
  • You can add any food as you like such as strawberry, cherry, orange, apple, lemon to liquid.
  • After being frozen, the ice ball will become sparkling and crystal-clear. 
  • How to Use Your Ice Ball Molds :
  • 1. Before using your new tray, be sure to wash to wash thoroughly with soap and water.
  • 2. Fill the bottom tray nearly full of water (leave about 1 cm unfilled).
  • 3. Then set the bottom tray on an even surface in your sink and press the lid tray down into the bottom tray until it is sealed (Note: The excess water will escape through the 4 vent holes at the top of each ball).
  • 4. When full, gently press down on the top of each mold to force out enough water to give a slight air gap at the top of each ball for expansion - This step is important so your ice balls will form properly without cracking - Need to leave room for expansion.
  • 5. Do not worry about excess water in tray. Let it freeze with the mold.
  • 6. Lay flat in freezer for 5+ hours.
  • Note 1:Don't heat directly by fire
  • Note 2:Don't impact violently or scratch with sharp instruments
  • Note 3:The sudden change of temperature should be not over 240 centi


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