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post #16 of 70
I use disposables. I don't like trying to clean the others.
post #17 of 70
Parchment unless I'm using alot of one color, then I use featherweights. My mom always used them so I learned on them.
I like being able to rip the bag to get the tip, it's also really easy to get the chocolate out once it's set.
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post #18 of 70
I use disposables all the time. I don't like having to clean the other bags. Kee-Seal is the brand I use, and they are wonderful. I've tried several brands, and they are much better than any I've ever tried. In case anyone's interested, their website is http://www.keeseal.com/.
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post #19 of 70
I use featherweight for my BC and disposables for BC and royal-not with the same bag, of course!! I wash and reuse my disposables over and over until it gets a hole. I pay too much for these bags to only use them one time. I have been using the Wilton brand of disposables, but I may try the Kee-Seal brand I've seen mentioned on here. thumbs_up.gif

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post #20 of 70
I have always used disposable. I don't like to clean anything more than I have to that has the icing on it!!

I'd like to try parchment though. Soon...
post #21 of 70
I always use disposable bags now,I like being able to see my colors threw them, and too because I hated to wash the featherweight bags!!!..The main thing I like about using the disposable bags is I can toss them in the trash when I'm cleaning up and be done with it icon_smile.gif

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post #22 of 70
I use the Featherweight. I have a set for buttercream and a set for royal and never do the two I mix.
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post #23 of 70
I use featherweight for fairly large amounts of BC, especially for colors I am likely to use again before the icing gets old. I use parchment triangles for colorflow, small amounts of BC, and small-medium amounts of RI. Finally, I use Wilton/Ateco (depending on where I am when I buy them) disposables for intensely colored BC, larger amounts of RI, and melting chocolate.

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post #24 of 70
I use the Wilton disposable bags. Since on the day of delivery I have to finish decorating, deliver, then go to work...I look for the easiest possible way to clean up and the disposable bags fall into that category.
post #25 of 70
I have featherweights for BC and a set for Royal. I really don't mind washing them.
post #26 of 70
I always buy the disposable ones. For royal icing I make a very small one out of parchment paper.
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post #27 of 70
I like the disposables. So much easier to deal with.
post #28 of 70
my preference is the featherweights, but I have been using the parchment alot lately. I just hate folding those dang things...hmmmm think they'll every come out with prefolded parchment in both the regular size and the mini size?
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post #29 of 70
I use disposables for everything except the big icer tip. For that one I use a larger featherweight bag. I've only tried the Wilton disposables, and I've only tried one size. I might consider ordering a box of bigger disposables and eliminate featherweights altogether.
post #30 of 70
Keeseal. They rock. icon_wink.gif
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