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Yes. If you end up with them being to wet, wait for wrapping. If you don't, it'll take much longer. wood is faster, plastic not so much.
 

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Yes. If you end up with them being to wet, wait for wrapping. If you don't, it'll take much longer. wood is faster, plastic not so much.

Thanks, I have been looking for a wooden 46x4.5 mold I have a plastic one but can't seem to find a wooden one in within that size range for a decent price
 

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For those with VAED (Vinyl Auditory Experience Deficiency) syndrome, substitute the sound of a heavy-weight, WLT poly-nylon tobacco bag when manipulated. (And imagine sitting on it for hours, while driving.)

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Thanks, I have been looking for a wooden 46x4.5 mold I have a plastic one but can't seem to find a wooden one in within that size range for a decent price
Parejo mold? (straight cigar) I'll keep an eye out..
 

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It will not hurt them. I frequently leave my bunches (dolls) in the mold overnight. If it's a plastic mold, I will usually remove the top of the mold the next morning to let them dry some during the day, then wrap them when I get home from work.

Edit - I seem to have answered this out of sequence somehow. Marc's advice is spot on.
 
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