Pro Mat

Decorating By Debbie45628 Updated 24 Jul 2014 , 5:20pm by Debbie45628

Debbie45628 Posted 21 Jul 2014 , 7:13am
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I am trying to decide whether to buy a Pro mat by Sweetwise...do any of you have it and recommend it or not....video makes it look easier....

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TXCakeMom2 Posted 21 Jul 2014 , 8:47am
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ADear Bennie, I bought the pro mat about a mount ago. Well worth the money. But I went over board and bought the huge one. I thought bigger was better...no just more difficult to move it around. I would recommend the med size. And once you font is in between the two sheet you don't have to worry about it drying out. Which is fantastic. I always hated to be felt so rushed to get the fondant rolled out and put on the cak.

All in all it worth in money.

Txcakemom2

TXCakeMom2 Posted 21 Jul 2014 , 8:48am
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ASorry i misspelled your name Debbie

Debbie45628 Posted 21 Jul 2014 , 10:23pm
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Thanks for the reply...I, too was going to get the bigger one...may have to rethink that...thanks

KellyKSD Posted 22 Jul 2014 , 2:31am
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I have the pro mat. Definitely recommend. So far every project I have used it for (3 so far -- after I got the mat nobody wanted fondant, go figure!) could have been accomplished using the next size down, but I'm glad I got the larger one. I have a few future orders that will involve some pretty large tiers, so it was a good investment for me.

 

I will tell you that I use primarily marshmallow fondant, and it stuck like crazy to the mat the first time I tried it. I was sooooo mad!! Luckily I searched these forums and found it to be a common issue. The solution? A tiny bit of crisco on the mat, and it worked like a dream! So glad I got the mat, and joined this community!

 

Good luck!

Debbie45628 Posted 24 Jul 2014 , 5:20pm
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Thanks, Kelly..I also use MMF, so I will keep that in mind..

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