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post #16 of 27
i got mine at a cake supplie store out side of dallas. not sure where you guys are located though
post #17 of 27
Beachcakes, that silly design on the WIlton square/sheet pans bugs me too! Is it really necessary? lol
post #18 of 27
You are welcome Kriss
post #19 of 27
i have one magic line pan and that's my book pan... dh would kill me if i replaced all my wilton pans with magic line... i have soooo many pans...lol...well, if i could sell my wilton ones then he wouldn't mind...but i put alot of money into my wilton pans....
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post #20 of 27
Good to know I'm not the only one, Ironbaker! icon_wink.gif I find I have to pay close attention to washing them or I find cake residue in the grooves.
post #21 of 27
I think those lines on the bottom of the Wilton pans are like thier trade mark. No matter what, when you see those lines, you know it's a Wilton pan. They make it distinctive. I do have a few Wilton pans too, but mostly Magic line and they are wonderful. thumbs_up.gif
post #22 of 27
I have to say I'm a majic line fan! If you do buy wilton... get the decorator's choice. They have straighter sides and the square sides are actually square. They are also heavier duty. I still love my majic line, but I have to order them online. If I'm ina pinch I get the wilton decorator ones from a local cake store.
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post #23 of 27
Sugarcraft.com sells Magicline pans.. Round and sheet. I just might look into these myself.
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post #24 of 27
Hi,

I just recently purchased a Magic Line 11x15 sheet pan from sugarcraft.com. along with some other supplies. I received the other supplies within a week of ordering, but the pan took over a month to get. I was just about to call them to see what the hold up was, and it was delivered that very day. So if you're in a hurry to get the pan, I would call them to check on availability first. I hope the pan is worth the $33 I paid for it. From what I've read about this brand, I won't be disappointed.
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post #25 of 27
I saw magic line pans on amazon.com yesterday. are they the same?
post #26 of 27
Mjmil7: Did I read that right? You paid $33 for a 11X15 pan?
I bought mine locally for 10.99.
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post #27 of 27
Just a comment about the Wilton pans, the only good Wilton pans, in my opinion, are the Decorator Preferred line, most of which has been discontinued. These are far superior to the cheaper lines that are out now, so if all you can get is Wilton, stick with the Decorator Preferred, the squares and rectangles have true squared corners and the rounds bake very well. They are a heavier quality aluminum than the cheaper Wilton lines.
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