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post #31 of 45
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Originally Posted by ladefly

hmmmm I think i may have to make a trip to michaels...... are they made by wilton????



Yes, they're made by Wilton. You will probably find them in the candymaking section at Michaels. Use your 40% off coupon, if you can!
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post #32 of 45
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Originally Posted by JulesM7

Solecito:
Yes, the bottle has a small neck that the regular screws onto.



Now I need to buy them!!!!!! icon_lol.gif
I have the medium size bottles and started using one to outline and fill my cookies (another very useful tip from CC) and loved it. I guess it's just a matter to find the right consistency. Another great thing about them is if my ri was to thick I could just put a couple of drops of water, close the bottle and shake it. No mess!!
post #33 of 45
O.K. I've changed my mind. I had to do alot of cookies today for a friend and the bottle came in very handy. My wrist is kind of soar, but it was so fast to flood them. No bags to have to keep changing. I'm sold now.
post #34 of 45
i used regular squeeze bottles for chocolate work and find it a pain to clean. anyone have any tips for cleaning them?
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post #35 of 45
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Originally Posted by swingme83

i used regular squeeze bottles for chocolate work and find it a pain to clean. anyone have any tips for cleaning them?



Hot water does the trick for me.
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post #36 of 45
When I used them for chocolate, I filled the bottles about 1/2 way with water and a squirt of dishwashing liquid and stuck them in the microwave for 30-45 sec. Then I covered the hole and shook each one. Drain and rinse.
post #37 of 45
To clean I use a bottle brush.....makes it so easy HTH icon_smile.gif
post #38 of 45
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Originally Posted by Phyllis52

Does anyone have a hint on how to fill the bottle? I can't get my icing to flow into the bottle- it keeps clogging up at the neck. I'm afraid to make it too thin. Does someone else use a funnel maybe?

Thanks.
Phyllis



I was at the Wilton site looking for the bottles when I found this... http://www.wilton.com/store/site/product.cfm?id=3E310260-475A-BAC0-592FC83E2DC134E2&fid=3E32C5DA-475A-BAC0-5C7F45CDC88F5682
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post #39 of 45
I think that Wilton Funnel is exactly what I need! I'm going to order it asap.

Thanks so much for the help thumbs_up.gif
post #40 of 45
I finally used these bottles to do 80 cross cookies for a Christening. They were so easy to use and worked perfectly for the job. I used the tip they come with to flood the cookies and then a #2 tip to do the dots. Maybe I will do cookies more often now!
post #41 of 45
I just bought mine, can't wait to try them......Thanks for the tip
post #42 of 45
I have two medium size bottles I have used for chocolate and thought it was to much of a hassle, never thought to try RI. I guess I'm going to have to make some cookies this week and try it out. Plus I might have to run to Michael's and see what these smaller bottles are like. Oh shoot another trip to Michael's . hehe icon_biggrin.gif
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post #43 of 45
So are these just the regular bottles used to melt and decorate the chocolate (candy melts) that you can use with a tip?!

That would be cool! =)
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post #44 of 45
Just in case your Michael's store is out...Winbeckler also sells the squeeze bottles that accept tips...I think they are only $1.65 or something like that and they have 2oz sizes and 8oz sizes! I love mine too icon_smile.gif
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post #45 of 45
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Originally Posted by swingme83

i used regular squeeze bottles for chocolate work and find it a pain to clean. anyone have any tips for cleaning them?




What I have done is put the bottle in the refrigerator, or freezer, let the chocolate set, then you squeeze it with your hand and the chocolate just cracks and breaks up and you can shake it right out. Anything left will come out with a regular washing in hot soapy water.

Hope this helps.

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