peacockplace Posted 26 May 2005 , 3:17pm
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I just got mie yeaterday. It was $19.99. I'm so excited because I couldn't find a large rolling except a PME one that was $75. That trip to michaels really paid off!

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m0use Posted 26 May 2005 , 4:49pm
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That's cool.
http://kitchengifts.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=ARP&Category_Code=kitchen-gadgets I just picked this one up for $33 (usd) after shipping and handling, it comes with height spacers so that I can get the perfect thickness that I need. I need something a little bigger than what I currently have (little bitty 8" and a pampered chef pastry one that has 2 ends on it)

peacockplace Posted 26 May 2005 , 8:42pm
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Yea, I had a little one too. This one is 20" and I can't wait to use it. I wish I had the 40% cupon, but this was the last one they had and i didn't want to wait!

cakeconfections Posted 26 May 2005 , 8:47pm
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I use PVC piping. I bought about a 3 foot long pipe from Lowes and had my hubby cut it up into three different size. It was the best $3 i have ever spent on cake decorating supplies

2cakes Posted 26 May 2005 , 8:56pm
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I use PVC piping. I bought about a 3 foot long pipe from Lowes and had my hubby cut it up into three different size. It was the best $3 i have ever spent on cake decorating supplies




Is there a taste of PVC pipe in your fondant or pastry dough as you roll it and put it on the cakes? Does it give off that metalic taste? Just wondering. Thank you.

cakeconfections Posted 26 May 2005 , 9:00pm
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PVC piping is plastic. There is no taste from it at all.

peacockplace Posted 26 May 2005 , 9:07pm
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Cakeconfections, I thought about doing that ( I'm all about the hardware store!) I just didnt know if it would have enoughweight to it. Glad it worked for you!

cakeconfections Posted 26 May 2005 , 9:14pm
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PVC is a pretty thick plastic and what I liked about it i had a lot of choices as far as diameter of the pipe. I have a pretty wide roller so that I am able to roll my fondant on it to tranfer it to the cake.

2cakes Posted 27 May 2005 , 4:13am
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PVC piping is plastic. There is no taste from it at all.




Thank you cakeconfections.

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