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Shelf Life of Wilton Colors

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I found a bunch of Wilton colors in a closet that I had purchased in 2008.  They have never been opened.  Are they any good?  TIA.

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post #2 of 6

i don't know

but if these are not ok i have to get rid of a LOT of colors icon_biggrin.gif

 

i did finally break down and buy a fresh batch of americolors recently

 

but i got tons of stuff that i'm not even saying how 'well seasoned' it is

(that i don't really use either)

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post #3 of 6

Oh my!  Sure they are still good - especially since they haven't been opened :)

K8 might not want to say how old hers are but I will -- Before I sold off all of my supplies, I had more than 20 yrs old :)

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Never been opened? Not a problem!  Go ahead and use without guilt. You WILL be able to tell if they're going/have gone bad; they smell decidedly...off.

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Oh my!  Sure they are still good - especially since they haven't been opened :)

K8 might not want to say how old hers are but I will -- Before I sold off all of my supplies, I had more than 20 yrs old :)

 

yeah i still ain't saying, Ms. Lynne

 

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Thanks, all.

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