Using Gateaux Window Boxes For Cakes?

Decorating By xSam12x Updated 28 Apr 2011 , 8:35am by xSam12x

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xSam12x Posted 28 Apr 2011 , 6:50am
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Hi everyone, Ive just came across these boxes but can only order them in a 100 pack which is fine i will soon get through them but has anyone used them before? are they as sturdy as a normal box? People always want to look at my cakes so i think having a window would be better than keep taking to top off and risk damaging it in any way.

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Dayti Posted 28 Apr 2011 , 7:50am
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These are the ones I use, I buy them in all sorts of sizes. They are sturdy. And I highly recommend this company, great customer service.
I too also like the fact that people can see in them, although I invariably end up opening the box to show the customer when they come and pick up, so they can see the side designs, etc.
Another advantage is when I finish an order, I put it out in its box in my bakery display, and other customers can see it too icon_biggrin.gif

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xSam12x Posted 28 Apr 2011 , 8:35am
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I wasnt sure if they were thinner for some reason but uve put my mind at rest now, i was hoping to find somewhere to buy just a few to try first but i think ill just get the 100 and they work out alot cheaper than the boxes i use at the moment icon_smile.gif Thank you!

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