Cleaning Your Tips

Decorating By zespri Updated 4 Oct 2010 , 12:53pm by kansaslaura

zespri Posted 4 Oct 2010 , 2:23am
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do you put your piping tips through the dishwasher?

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Kahlua Posted 4 Oct 2010 , 2:30am
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Yes in a little bag but if your dishwasher has a little compartment in the cutlery stand with a lid it you don't need a bag.

elvisb Posted 4 Oct 2010 , 2:36am
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Mine go in the dishwasher in the silverware compartment. I don't have a lid on my compartment, and I don't have a bag. You just make sure you stick a few tips in each section, then put enough silverware in each to prevent them from flying out. Works wonderfully.

DeeDelightful Posted 4 Oct 2010 , 2:48am
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i don't. I put them in a saucepan with a drop of dish liquid and bring to a boil, stir them around and let them sit in the hot soapy water for a while. Then i rinse with hot tap water.

TabbieCakes Posted 4 Oct 2010 , 3:06am
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I do, in the silverware basket compartment with the lid, but not before I use the tiny little "bottle" brush tip cleaner on them to scrape the icing out. For some reason if I dont do this they come out of the dishwasher with icing remnants stuck inside. HTH

dguerrant Posted 4 Oct 2010 , 3:08am
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[quote="DeeDelightful"]i don't. I put them in a saucepan with a drop of dish liquid and bring to a boil, stir them around and let them sit in the hot soapy water for a while. Then i rinse with hot tap water.[/quote


that's exactly what i do too

leily Posted 4 Oct 2010 , 12:22pm
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one of the best tips for cleaning tips i learned here on CC.

I put them in a glass bowl and cover with water (at least 1" over the top of them) and a drop of dishsoap. Put them in the microwave for 10 minutes and then rinse with hot water. Same effect as boiling them on the stove, just a lot quicker for me. Plus the steam loosens everything in the microwave for easy cleaning (since others in the house don't know how to cover up food)

And yes it's ok to put the metal in the microwave b/c it is covered 100% by the water so no sparking.

Karen421 Posted 4 Oct 2010 , 12:41pm
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[quote="dguerrant"]

Quote:
Originally Posted by DeeDelightful

i don't. I put them in a saucepan with a drop of dish liquid and bring to a boil, stir them around and let them sit in the hot soapy water for a while. Then i rinse with hot tap water.[/quote


that's exactly what i do too




Me too! thumbs_up.gif

kansaslaura Posted 4 Oct 2010 , 12:53pm
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I also put my couplers over the spikes that are there to seperate plates, etc, Works great.

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