Glad Press And Seal ??? ....

Decorating By Mikel79 Updated 26 Aug 2009 , 4:27pm by MaryAnnPriest

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Mikel79 Posted 26 Aug 2009 , 12:40pm
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Hi All!

I have read that some people use Glad Press and Seal to wrap their cakes. (Freezing, storing etc.)

I have used Press and Seal before to cover my foamcore boards and various other things. My concern is that stuff sticks like glue. When I have peeled it off from a board it was somewhat tuff to take off, because it was so stuck on well.

Will the press and seal strip away part of the outside of my cake, when I go to unrap it??

Thank you,

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MaryAnnPriest Posted 26 Aug 2009 , 4:27pm
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I use Press 'n Seal all the time. It is my preferred wrap. In fact the other day I ran out and had to use Saran Wrap and wanted to cry! When you wrap the cake the Press 'n Seal sticks to itself not really so much to the cake. Where as when I use it on a board or even a container that I'm covering it sticks to that surface and can sometimes be, like you said, tough to pull off (and sometimes leaves a residue - that I have to scrub off). I vow to never run out of Press 'n Seal again!! LOL HTH

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