Rolling Pin Questions.

Decorating By KarisCakes Updated 3 Jun 2011 , 5:52am by Bluehue

KarisCakes Posted 3 Jun 2011 , 12:49am
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I know there have been many posts about rolling pins, but I cant find the answers I'm looking for, so I'm posting again.
What's the best rolling pin for a reasonable price? I'd like to spend $40 or less, and I want handles. I am leaning toward either a sil-pin, or an aluminum rolling pin. Does anyone have a preference? And, I have found that sil-pins are sold by several companies, which is the best, and worst?

Thanks for your advice!!

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Bluehue Posted 3 Jun 2011 , 1:06am
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For me - my sil-pins.
I much prefer the barrel system that they have (free rolling pin) - as that way you don't have to apply as much pressure when actually rolling.
Plus nothing sticks to the sil-pins.

Have had a few various ones over the years - but i keep going back and buying/using the sil-pins.

If you are considering buying one - after i have washed it - stood it on its end to dry - i then wrap them in micro fibre cloths - that way they stay lint free whilst not in use.
Just thought i would add that as some people find they attract lint.



Bluehue.

KarisCakes Posted 3 Jun 2011 , 5:43am
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Originally Posted by Bluehue

For me - my sil-pins.

Have had a few various ones over the years - but i keep going back and buying/using the sil-pins.
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Bluehue.



Do you have a brand that you prefer? Fiesta, Head Chef?

Bluehue Posted 3 Jun 2011 , 5:52am
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I use this one - the original Sil Pin
The large and the medium...

Have had the medium one for about 4 years now - and its still as new.

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