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post #16 of 18
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@buttercup-bakery I almost wept reading through your post just becuase the heartbreak is so new icon_smile.gif
I hate not knowing, it's like an albatross- and I never know when it will strike again! Is it weird to say that I'm happy that I'm not alone :/
Also?! I'm now covering mostly everything in a super smooth bc and using fondant for only accents...
post #17 of 18
My experience with a dehumidifier is that it is not worth the money, we had horrible trouble with them (yes multiple). In the end it turns out that an air-conditioner is basically a dehumidifier. So we ended up getting a room air conditioner for the space and keeping it at the same temp as the rest of the house. Much cheaper, more reliable, and with my hot flashes-much more comfortable!
"Before you criticize someone, walk a mile in their shoes; that way when you criticize them you will be a mile away and have a new pair of shoes."
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post #18 of 18
To those who refrigerate: do you use a home 'frig or commercial? Home refrigerators dehumidify, but commercial coolers actually put moisture in. I have a BC with fondant accents cake due while in San Diego at the ICES convention, and really don't know what the best approach is since it will have to sit--completed--from Tuesday until the wedding on Saturday. It's a 2-tier 8/12 and I'm concerned about settling as well as issues with the fondant pieces. Leah--I use your sps system. All suggestions welcome.
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