Cakes In Commercial Cooler

Business By mahtc2016 Updated 20 Apr 2019 , 1:39am by kakeladi

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mahtc2016 Posted 19 Apr 2019 , 10:01pm
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I just bought a commercial display cooler and now  unhappy with my cakes. Peanut butter icing on cupcakes  gets to soft when it comes back to room temp, fondant decorations ( esp. daisies) get sticky  and droop and icing sometimes sweat causing colors to run.  I feel I spent $2000 needlessly but wanted to offer walk in cakes. Any help or suggestions would be great and thanks.

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-K8memphis Posted 19 Apr 2019 , 10:29pm
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i had  a fridge that needed a heater in it to control the condensation — with that said, not all commercial fridges are created equal — florists want the humidity in there — cakers not at all — see about getting some kind of retrofit on it

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kakeladi Posted 20 Apr 2019 , 1:39am
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It does sound like you got the wrong type   As K8 said there are different ones   I’d say this one will need a dryer or if you can trade it back for one w/ o humidity 

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