HIC Shark Fin Ice Cube Tray Silicone set of 2

HIC Kitchen's Silicone Shark Fin Ice Cube Trays and Molds for forming shark fin shapes

Quantity: 3

HIC Kitchen's set of 2 Silicone Shark Fin Ice Trays and Molds brings an extra bite to beverages, foods and candy making. Form shark fin shapes from water, juice, and other favorite beverages, and mold chocolates, butter, spreads, candies, soaps and more. These non-stick, heat-resistant silicone mold are great additions to the classic kitchen for everyday use and to party supplies and bar accessories. Shark fin-shaped ice can keep peel and eat shrimp, salads and other party foods cold, chill mixed drinks and summer cocktails, mold butter, spreads, and so much more. They're perfect as candy molds for chocolates and other candy making. Great for people of all ages, especially when baking and cooking with kids. They work nicely as soap molds and for other DIY projects, too. Easy to use. Simply fill, freeze, and set. To unmold finished items, apply slight upward pressure to the bottom of each shape. Made from FDA-approved silicone, each HIC Shark Fin Ice Tray measures 7.5 x 4-inches and makes 8 shark fin shapes. Naturally non-stick and heat-resistant (to 500-degrees Fahrenheit), they are safe for use in the freezer and microwave, and are dishwasher safe for easy cleanup. Set includes 2 Shark Fin Ice Trays to make a total of 16 shark fin shapes.

  • Made from FDA-approved silicone; naturally non-stick, heat-resistant (to 500-degrees Fahrenheit), and no fillers
  • Each tray measures 7.5 x 4-inches and makes 8 (1.5 x 1.75-inch) shark fin shapes (16 total shark fins)
  • Freeze water, juice, and other beverages, mold chocolates, butter, spreads, candies, soaps, and more
  • Safe for use in the freezer and microwave; dishwasher safe for easy cleanup; Proposition 65 compliant
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