Make sure they are overflowing and heaped up, don’t pack them tightly, just heap it into the mold sides. Use a grinding/rotating motion to get rid of the excess mixture. While packing your molds you may notice the mix getting a bit too dry. Simply spritz it with rubbing alcohol if it gets too dry as you are adding it to your mold.
Give a few spritzes and mix together until it has that wet sand feel again. I like to set mine on parchment paper and let them sit in a warm, dry area for at least 24 hours. Make sure you keep them away from curious hands and curious cats! Once they are hard store them in an airtight container until ready to use. I keep mine in a locking airtight container in the bathroom so the kids can take one when they are having their bath. It is very important that they are kept sealed if you are keeping them in the bathroom as the humidity in the air can cause them to prematurely erupt or degrade the chemical reaction causing them not to be as fizzy. There is a fascinating lesson here for teens in chemistry. Not only are these black bath bombs beneficial for their skin, but there is some fascinating chemistry behind the fizzy reactions. This particular recipe has 2 acids, Citric Acid and Cream of Tartar. While dry we can mix these ingredients and no reaction will occur.
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