Decorating Stand

Decorating By elegran Updated 26 Jan 2005 , 12:23am by elegran

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elegran Posted 25 Jan 2005 , 12:41am
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I am thinking of buying a Wilton tilting decorating stand. Has anyone used one and do you like it? Thanks, elegran

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MrsMissey Posted 25 Jan 2005 , 2:54pm
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Hello elegran...I'm kind of shocked that no one has replied to this thread yet. The tilting decorating stand has been a lot topic elsewhere. I considered buying one but had heard that people prefer the regular revolving cake stand to the tilting one! So....I am going to stick with the two that I have...although I do prefer the one that is elevated! Not much help, just my opinion! Happy baking, Missey

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Kiddiekakes Posted 25 Jan 2005 , 11:11pm
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Hi There,My hubby bought me a rectangular stainless steel turntable for my birthday in Sept and I just love it!!! I needed a turntable with more area to hold the larger cakes I am decorating instead of bending in the middle like they did on a round one.I bought mine through Ultimate Baker in Spokane washington and it was $79.99 but I have seen cheaper versions that are formica from Countrykitchensa that are less expensive.A great investment!! I haven't heard very good things regarding the wilton line of turntables.The tilting one won't lock properly and the small round ones are flimsy for larger cakes.

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GHOST_USER_NAME Posted 25 Jan 2005 , 11:23pm
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I have one and it's fine. I've not had a cake slide yet. Although, I've read where some people have. Honestly, though. While it makes things a hint easier, it's not enough of a difference to justify the price. Spend your money on some other can't-live-without toy.

I have a total of three turntables.

As for the higher turntables, I sit mine on an inverted cake pan without any problems. You can do this and not need to tilt your cake.

Rectangular base? I place a large inverted cookie sheet over my turntable.

If you are having issues with sliding due to the makeshift turntables I have suggested, purchase some non-skid shelf liner. Nothing slides around on that stuff!

I save money where I can so I can spend money on the truly hard to live without items.

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elegran Posted 26 Jan 2005 , 12:23am
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Thanks to all that answered. You have helped a lot. elegran

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