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If you want some small bottles that work with most all tips, go to the section in the store that has sandart. Michaels has them in that section of the store. I think there are two or three in a package and they are only a few dollars.
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Originally Posted by icantcook

I thought I would like the bottles, but filling them was so messy, I ended up just using the bags.

How do you fill up your bottles w/o it running down the sides? I was using my spoons and offset spatulas like I use when filling piping bags. Maybe I should use a funnel? And are there only certain bottles you can change out tips, or are you modifying the candy fill bottles somehow?



I just use my good old fashioned 2 Cup glass Pyrex measuring cup and pour it right in there! No drips, no spills, works like a charm! icon_biggrin.gif
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