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I use cornstarch, dusted onto the slab before going onto shallow wood hump molds. Some of the molds are made from pine, some from mdf. I usually flip the slab from the board it's on onto a thick piece of foam then dust it with the cornstarch then press the wood mold into the clay on the foam. I then use a board and flip it (without touching the mold) over so it's now upside down. I rib the outside, sometimes add feet, and leave it alone until the clay releases from the wood in a few hours then lift the mold out. I can usually use the mold twice in a day. (I use fairly wet clay and live in a high humidity area)

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