Hey Guy's, Need Help Finding These Please!

Baking By jellybeanlane Updated 5 May 2016 , 10:00pm by Jinkies

jellybeanlane Posted 30 Apr 2016 , 2:43am
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Hey guy's,

It's been several weeks or so since I've been on CC... TBH I've had some health issues come up, I found out I have MS, which explains a lot!

I am having to simplify some thing's that cause me pain such as manually rolling out fondant .... So I'm looking for some advice on a fondant sheet roller not too expensive but electric and good quality...

Also, looking for a website that I could get a floor mat to reduce fatigue restaurant type or hospital grade, material so I don't hurt so bad while working on my cakes if you would happen to know any places such as these .... all I can get to come up is rugs etc like at Walmart so I'm obviously not putting in the correct names lol....

I haven't let it stop me and I want thanks for being such amazing ppl on here, God Bless,

Jellybean :0) 

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BakerBlackCat Posted 30 Apr 2016 , 2:51am
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I got my anti-fatigue mats at Costco (not sure where you are...), and every now & again they pop up on sale.  And then I buy like 4 and stash them in the garage. I will be no help on the fondant sheeter, as I'm scouring the internets for a manual pasta roller... 


-K8memphis Posted 30 Apr 2016 , 4:14am
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oh, jellybeanlane, so sorry to hear about your ms diagnosis -- i hope you go into sweet remission and stay there! best to you --

dough sheeters are pretty pricey -- somerset is one of the brands -- i'd watch ebay if i were you:


and some mats:

jellybeanlane Posted 30 Apr 2016 , 5:11am
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Thank you so much I'm going to keep going just gotta rearrange things a little lol.... Hope you all have a blessed evening 

DogLoverWK Posted 5 May 2016 , 12:26pm
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Sorry to hear about your diagnosis!  We recently got one of these anti-fatigue mats: http://www.webstaurantstore.com/cactus-mat-2500-rs-comfort-zone-2-4-x-3-black-single-anti-fatigue-mat-1-2-thick/8442500RS.html and it's worked well!  I would recommend 1/2" thickness and up - 3/8" thick still felt like I was standing on the ground. 

buzzybell44 Posted 5 May 2016 , 9:43pm
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Sorry to hear about your diagnosis. Many blessing! Try Groupon, they at dirt cheap! Best of luck!

buzzybell44 Posted 5 May 2016 , 9:44pm
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*are dirt cheap and I'm referring to the mats.

jellybeanlane Posted 5 May 2016 , 9:49pm
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Thank you @DogLoverWk and buzzybell44 I appreciate your help... 

Jinkies Posted 5 May 2016 , 10:00pm
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Sorry, no advice as I only hope to own a sheeter one day...

Just want to say I'm sorry to hear about your diagnosis and hope you're doing well :)

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