I have a query which piping nozzles to use for intricate royal icing work.. the book I am learning from says PME which is seam less. I wanted to anyone else have any comments or thoughts to which brand one should use. I know wilton has seams but I am kinda looking at budget here also. Cause I will be calling a set so in a price of 20 PME i am getting 55 Wilton so if anyone can help me out also little Venice company also has seam less nozzles any reviews on that ??
For fine piping, you definitely want PME. There's a reason they cost more than Wilton. Wilton is ok for regular run of the mill decorating, but for what you're doing, you're going to want the higher quality product. It's an investment.
I have only used Wilton, and I'm satisfied.
AI find I am doing more RI piping work so I am slowly replacing all my nozzles with PME....they are the best quality I've come across.
Thank you everyone so PME it is !!!
I always get better results with PME. They are more expensive but worth it, and you will never have to replace them so over a life-time's use, they don't work out to be much more.