Where Do I Dry My Dumb Coat.

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Pritter_glincess Posted 19 Jun 2012 , 1:30pm
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Hi I have just finished crumb coating my cake which I am going to ice tomorrow. Where should I leave my crumb coat to dry. It's a basic buttercream.

Thank you x x

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jawalk Posted 19 Jun 2012 , 1:33pm
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Just leave it out on the counter in a cool area, it will set.

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Pritter_glincess Posted 19 Jun 2012 , 1:40pm
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And is it best to wait until tomorrow until covering it in the fondant?

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SugaredSaffron Posted 19 Jun 2012 , 3:15pm
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Where do I dry my dumb coat.

Hehehe

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Pritter_glincess Posted 19 Jun 2012 , 5:48pm
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Where do I dry my dumb coat.

Hehehe


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carmijok Posted 19 Jun 2012 , 6:13pm
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Where do I dry my dumb coat.

Hehehe

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That's your headline! ;D

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jgifford Posted 19 Jun 2012 , 9:46pm
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Hi I have just finished crumb coating my cake which I am going to ice tomorrow. Where should I leave my crumb coat to dry. It's a basic buttercream.

Thank you x x




On the cake would be a good place. icon_wink.gif Just kidding - you can set it anywhere as long as it's out of the way and not too warm. You don't have to wait until tomorrow to cover it unless that's what you prefer - - it should be good to go as soon as it crusts.

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kakeladi Posted 19 Jun 2012 , 10:07pm
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It is best NOT to let a crumb coat dry before covering with fondant. It needs to be 'sticky/wet' for the fondant to stick to it. If you really need to wait to cover it, then you will need to lightly spray the crumb coat w/water to get it wet/sticky again.

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Annabakescakes Posted 19 Jun 2012 , 10:20pm
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Originally Posted by SugaredSaffron

Where do I dry my dumb coat.

Hehehe

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Uhhh... Maybe the fact it says dumb coat, rather than crumb coat?

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