Satin Ice Refrigration?

Decorating By EatSomeCake Updated 26 Mar 2009 , 5:15pm by EatSomeCake

EatSomeCake Posted 25 Mar 2009 , 5:51pm
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Once the cake is covered in Satin Ice fondant can it be put in the fridge or will it sweat? I heard Satin Ice is one that won't do this, is this true? Does anyone know? Thank you.

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cylstrial Posted 26 Mar 2009 , 2:36am
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I love Satin Ice and I use it all the time. But I've never put it in the fridge. However, I really want to learn how to do this properly because I have some fillings that are going to be refridgerated. I have heard that you should put the cake in the fridge with saran wrap all over it. And then you pull the saran wrap off when you take it out of the fridge and just let it come to room temperature. You just leave it there...don't touch it.

That's just what I've read on here though. I need to try it and see how it works out for myself.

Hope this helps!

MayWest Posted 26 Mar 2009 , 3:39am
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I use Satin Ice and refrigerate all of my cakes covered with fondant. Just a little bit of moisture (not dripping sweat) Just make sure you don't touch the cakes when you take them out of the fridge for an hour or two until completely dry.

MG Posted 26 Mar 2009 , 10:39am
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I use Satin Ice and all my cakes go in the fridge, with no problems of sweating after they're removed.

PinkZiab Posted 26 Mar 2009 , 2:46pm
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I use satin ice, and refrigerate all of my cakes. I don't cover them with plastic wrap or anything, but if it is VERY humid out, I make sure that the air conditions is CRANKING before those cakes come out of the fridge. I've never had a problem with it.

BakingGirl Posted 26 Mar 2009 , 2:55pm
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I refrigerate my Satin Ice cakes all the time. I put my cakes under a fast fan when they come out to dry the condensation. The only time I have had a problem is when I took a cake outside which clearly had not come to room temperature. It was really humid outside and within 20 minutes the fondant had turned shiny and slimy, it was disgusting.

EatSomeCake Posted 26 Mar 2009 , 5:15pm
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Thank you so much for all your wonderful advice!

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