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If i am stacking a buttercream iced cake, I can't touch the back of it either without messing up the icing, so this video didn't help me at all.

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Are the cakes frozen? I heard you say they are rock hard. If not frozen, how long do you leave them in the fridg?

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Link does not go to the Wilton cake lifter.  Also, video instruction doesn't work for buttercream frosted cakes.  

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Hi Everybody! This is Laura from Krazy Kool Cakes! :) @ketch22222  I stack my buttercream cakes this way all the time with zero damage. I leave my cakes in the fridge for several hours after they are iced. Once my buttercream is nice and hard, I can handle them the way you see me do in the video and nothing happens. If you touch your cake while the icing is soft, of course it will get damaged. :) @CathyO  The cakes are not frozen, just cold from having been left in the fridge for some hours. I will only feel comfortable handling them this way after they've been in the fridge at least 4 to 5 hours, but, most of the time I ice late afternoon/evening, and leave them in the fridge that way all night and stack the next morning. :) Hi @9Ginette  , You're very welcome! Yes, I leave all of my fondant covered cakes in the fridge. :) @Bekah66    I don't know why that link is up there, I didn't put it there, but here is the link to the lifter I use: http://amzn.to/1QT9uJj  I hope that helps! :) 

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Hi! I LOVE your videos. What I want to know is do you freeze or refrigerate your cakes before stacking? Will freezing them make condensation on your cake as they defrost? You make it look so easy! Thank you. 

Melissa


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