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post #16 of 20
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Originally Posted by havingfun

any thoughts on how to get the liners separated without damaging them???


It's kind of time consuming but I take my fingernail and separate them until I can gently lift them apart. Some of the ordered liners are sturdier too and don't damage as easily but are more expensive. I order mine from Confectionery House.
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post #17 of 20
I use a giant squeeze bottle with most of the tip cut off for my thin runny batters. I use the scoop for my thicker batters.
post #18 of 20
To separate the liners quickly, keep a damp sponge with you and dab your fingers on the sponge (or paper towel, or cloth, or whatever). Then you kind of rub the papers apart. I don't know if that makes sense, but it works.
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post #19 of 20
I was just coming to see if there were any posts about this! I always have that problem unless I use the silver liners. I'm guilty of denting the edge when I take them apart so I'll have to be more careful about that. I use a scoop too for my cupcakes but I still have trouble with the bunched side.
post #20 of 20
mommyle..Thats also what I do. I keep my index finger and thumb tips damp and that come right apart !
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