Agbay Delight!!!

Decorating By BlakesCakes Updated 25 Jul 2011 , 12:11am by AnnieCahill

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BlakesCakes Posted 24 Jul 2011 , 11:08pm
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A few weeks ago, I decided that I'd had enough of using my 16" knife to level and split my layers, so I bit the bullet & ordered a single blade Agbay leveler.
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I used the leveler for the first time last night. OMG! What a difference it made in the process & the product.

So easy, right out of the box.

Took me less than 5 mins. to get it ready to use. Leveled 8 cakes, re-set it and split all 8 again for filling. After stacking layers, one cake came up a bit tall (different brand of pans that WILL be replaced summarily!!), so I re-set the leveler and took 1/2 an inch off the top.

This was the first time that I can say my cakes were perfectly level. I also noticed that after filling & crumb coating, the cakes had no bulges.

I am not frugal--I'm CHEAP--and I can honestly say that this is the best big $ I've spent on a cake supply in a long time.


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LisaPeps Posted 24 Jul 2011 , 11:25pm
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Agreed!! I love it, it's my favourite cake tool out of absolutely any. There's no point in buying an airbrush for pretty colours, or a cricut for nice designs if you can't get the cake looking professional before you add those (not saying that those who don't own it can't get professional looking cakes, it just makes it super easy when you have the Agbay!)

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AnnieCahill Posted 25 Jul 2011 , 12:11am
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Please stop bragging about your Agbay until I can get one. icon_biggrin.gif

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