Cher2309b Posted 8 Feb 2014 , 4:48am
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Just wondering whether anyone has used Clare Bowman's Cake Lace in humid weather, if humidity caused problems, and whether you have any hints re using it in humid weather.

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sugarflorist Posted 9 Feb 2014 , 4:07am
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ANot used this cake lace but my tip for working in humidity is to use card board boxes with a humidity cell. Like they use an a caravan . Or silica jel packets. It creates a micro low humidity environment .

Cher2309b Posted 11 Feb 2014 , 10:33am
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Originally Posted by sugarflorist 

Not used this cake lace but my tip for working in humidity is to use card board boxes with a humidity cell. Like they use an a caravan . Or silica jel packets. It creates a micro low humidity environment .


Thanks Sugarflorist; I'll pass that on to my friend who posed the question.

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