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post #1 of 25
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Hi Everyone,

 

I stupidly marked the the bottom of my cake pan with a permanent marker because I am always forgetting the size... It's the underside and would not come in contact with the batter, but now I am afraid to put it in the oven in case it's unsafe... (Not sure if fumes would harm)

 

Anyone know if this is okay to use? I scrubbed most of it off with a magic eraser and it's faded quite a bit.

 

Thanks :)

post #2 of 25

I want to know the answer to this, too! A consignment shop near me marks cake pans with permanent markers. Sometimes on the INSIDE! :x I won't buy those.

 

This was an aluminum pan, right? How did Magic Eraser do? Did it leave it scuffed or discolored? I've tried both rubbing alcohol and using a dry erase marker over the permanent (both work on many surfaces), but neither did a thing.

post #3 of 25
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This is an aluminum Wilton pan... The magic eraser worked well, taking off most so that it's just a faint mark now... I put it in the oven and couldnt smell any fumes and I am assuming it will be okay. But I would LOVE to hear if anyone has done the same.

post #4 of 25

Thank you so much!

 

I have baked in a pan with permanent marker on the outside and survived. No change in taste and I didn't smell anything, although I don't have a good sense of smell.

post #5 of 25

omg! are you kidding me?  cake swat teams in your respective locations have been dispatched and are encircling your houses as we speak--don't go near the windows! they are armed with piping bags and have been instructed to shoot  with swirls...surrender now before it's too late ---  :lol:

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post #6 of 25

It's safe to bake permanent marker, from a fumes perspective, based on what I have seen on Pinterest anyways...LOL

:D

post #7 of 25

I don't know if Pinterest is a trusted source for information about safety concerns :wink: 

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post #8 of 25
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Thank you

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Originally Posted by -K8memphis View Post
 

omg! are you kidding me?  cake swat teams in your respective locations have been dispatched and are encircling your houses as we speak--don't go near the windows! they are armed with piping bags and have been instructed to shoot  with swirls...surrender now before it's too late ---  :lol:

Not quite sure what the sarcasm is for k8memphis. It is an honest question and no need for a reply if you didnt have an answer.

post #10 of 25

We're also here to have fun. Kate's a valuable member here and I saw no harm with her response.

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post #11 of 25
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No problem with fun icon_smile.gif ... but when you start a reply with "omg.. are you kidding me?" Takes a bit away from the funny parts. I had an honest question that I was concerned about. I am a new baker and would never want to do anything that puts harm toward others. All i was looking for was the perspective from seasoned bakers. icon_biggrin.gif
Edited by bugaboo41 - 10/19/13 at 11:52am
post #12 of 25

K8 was simply implying that the "cake police" won't be at your door to arrest you for using a pan with a permanent marker written on the bottom of it. :) 


You'll be fine with it on there. I'm sure you're not the only baker who writes on their pans. :)

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Not quite sure what the sarcasm is for k8memphis. It is an honest question and no need for a reply if you didnt have an answer.

 

 

my humblest apology--was only meant in jest--no sarcasm intended

 

bad  word choice

 

please accept my sincere apology

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my humblest apology--was only meant in jest--no sarcasm intended

 

bad  word choice

 

please accept my sincere apology


Absolutely K8 :) I was just worried because there were some young children going to be eating the cake. I can be overly cautious sometimes!

post #15 of 25

what i was thinking when i wrote that--was that the baked on bits and barnacles growing and burning on the insides of ovens and splattered on from broiling fish & steak in the ovens across the land is way worse than marker--

 

didn't come out right...oops

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