This Thing Is Nothing But A Big Hunk Of Junk !!!!

Baking By ranbel Updated 23 Oct 2011 , 5:48pm by carolinagirlcakes

ranbel Posted 23 Oct 2011 , 3:15am
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I purchased a new wilton cake leveler and it's a joke...the blade is to flexible and bends to easily. This is the one that folds for easy storage, well it's getting permantly stored in the county dump. icon_mad.gif

I had a wilton one that was pretty good, but did not see that style in the store. I had it for more than 5yrs and the blade broke lose from the end.

I guess you get what you pay for. I will be looking to invest in a good one. I may see if I can return this one to Michael's, but I think I threw my receipt away.

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Vanessa7 Posted 23 Oct 2011 , 3:35am
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Invest in an Agbay. You'll never regret it! One of the best pieces of equipment I've ever purchased.

imagenthatnj Posted 23 Oct 2011 , 3:41pm
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Yes, the foldbable Wilton cake leveler was flawed like that from the beginning. I always check reviews on this stuff before I buy. Plenty of problems with that one.

fearlessbaker Posted 23 Oct 2011 , 4:15pm
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I have an Agbay and love it. Another way that I like just as much is to stack several smaller cake boards back into the pan put the cake back in and just shave off the top. Sometime you may have to take out a few or add a few depending on how much you need to level. I luv this method. If you have plastic coated boards you can wipe them off to reuse. I wipe mine off with disinfectant wipes.HTH

bostonterrierlady Posted 23 Oct 2011 , 4:16pm
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There is a long box sitting in my entry way that is fromm Agbay. My husband is giving me this for my anniversary. It is for my anniversary Nov. 10. I am pretty excited.

rlowry03 Posted 23 Oct 2011 , 4:28pm
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Originally Posted by fearlessbaker

I have an Agbay and love it. Another way that I like just as much is to stack several smaller cake boards back into the pan put the cake back in and just shave off the top. Sometime you may have to take out a few or add a few depending on how much you need to level. I luv this method. If you have plastic coated boards you can wipe them off to reuse. I wipe mine off with disinfectant wipes.HTH




I LOVE this tip! Thank you so much! An agbay is not in my near future and this has got to be 100x better that the toothpick method I've been using.

tiggy2 Posted 23 Oct 2011 , 4:33pm
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I love my agbay!!! Wilton leveler went in the trash a long time ago.

jamawoops Posted 23 Oct 2011 , 4:50pm
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Yeah I hate my Wilton leveler too! I'd never heard of the Agbay until CC, but now I desperately want one. Not in the budget though, not now at least. Sigh....

fearlessbaker Posted 23 Oct 2011 , 5:06pm
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Riowry, Thanks. I bake for family and friends. No money involved. I have most everything and some things I just don't use. since I learned to do this I never use the Agbay.

carolinagirlcakes Posted 23 Oct 2011 , 5:48pm
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ranbel if you used your debit/credit card you do not need a receipt. They can look it up! I was returning the Wilton fondant tools and didn't have my receipt but the lady told me that if I knew what card I used that they could scan the item, swipe the card and it would pull up the purchase. Love it... now I don't have to worry about keepig up with receipts for them! (will not work on cash or check purcahses)

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