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post #16 of 29
bonniebakes - I have a silicone one. I think it's OXO or Good Grips brand. It's just as bad as my other ones. What brand do you have? I would love a non-shedding brush!!
post #17 of 29
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Originally Posted by rvallee

a pastry brush that doesn't shed?! I have to get me one of those!!



I was using a pampered chef one and all it did was shed thumbsdown.gif My DM picked me up a couple silicone ones and they are fantastic! Never shed and clean a lot easier too.

I'm going to give the Pam w/flour a try. The other sprays haven't worked well for me but I'd love the convenience if I could find one that did. I'm still greasing and flouring. I like a good, clean smooth crust. Does the Pam give you that?
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post #18 of 29
I will keep my Wilton Cake Release! Just last night I was making a last minute cake and decided to try the pam for baking (with flour) instead of cake release. Well, the cake technically didn't stick, but the edges and bottom of the cake (the crust part) stayed in the pan. I think if I ever run out of michael's coupons (for cake releae) I will try making my own. I just wish I knew a good way to get rid of this PAM junk!

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post #19 of 29
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Originally Posted by CakesByEllen

Well, the cake technically didn't stick, but the edges and bottom of the cake (the crust part) stayed in the pan.



That's the same exact problem I've had with the sprays. The cake comes out but the very thin layer of crust that makes the cake so smooth stays in the pan coating the sides and bottom. It makes for more crumbs when frosting.
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post #20 of 29
I love the Pam with flour, too. To avoid the clean up of overspray, I just open my dishwasher, put the pans on the door and spray. The door is cleaned when I run off dishwasher! I can't remember where I saw this tip, but anything to make clean up easier works for me! icon_smile.gif

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post #21 of 29
I love the idea of using your dishwasher as a "table" for spraying the pam. I hate stepping on greasy spots all over my floor!!!
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post #22 of 29
Oh that is a great idea thumbs_up.gif
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post #23 of 29
And if you accidentally get something other than the pan sprayed (and who hasn't? icon_smile.gif ), it's ok because it will get cleaned when you run off the dishwasher!
post #24 of 29
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Originally Posted by MoiraRD

I love the Pam with flour, too. To avoid the clean up of overspray, I just open my dishwasher, put the pans on the door and spray. The door is cleaned when I run off dishwasher! I can't remember where I saw this tip, but anything to make clean up easier works for me! icon_smile.gif

Moira



..now that is really using your noodle!! thumbs_up.gif Great idea!
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post #25 of 29
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Great idea! I just spray in my sink.
post #26 of 29
I use Wiltons Cake release too. I've never found a great pastry brush so I just use a paper towel to apply the cake release. Never had any problems.
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post #27 of 29
I have always been a Baker's Joy fanatic , but I too had a coupon and could get double off, so I tried the Pam and WOW, it not only coats evenly but it doesn't have that chemical like smell. It actually smells like cake to me !! I am now a Pam fanatic !!
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post #28 of 29
Might be a little late coming in this topic but I had to say, I went threw 3 or 4 brushes before i bought one that didn't shed. I dish wash it and use it alot! It's KA brand. Found it @ Kohl's on sale. Cost a little more, but you get what you pay for i guess. I've had it about a year with not one bristle shed.
post #29 of 29
Good to know!!
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