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I Love "Cake Things" Supports!

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I did my first two tier cake this weekend and used the Cake Things support system. It was just perfect for someone like me as I don't do enough cakes to warrant the investment of a large system. I can't say enought great things about it. Everything was perfectly level, centered, and secure. It can even be reused, but at such a great price, I didn't really bother (although I probably would try and get the pieces back if the cake was for an event I was going to be at). I don't think I would ever use anything else.
Allie
post #2 of 7
I just googled "Cake Things" support system and came up with nothing.....do they have a web site?
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I found the website and OMg, it is grammatical nightmare, with typos galore! Ick! "sack a cake" "treaded with food safe ..." "cake decerating" "acrylicinfo" ((((shudder))))


Oh, hex seems nice, but I won't trust them with my money. It doesn't take a genius to proof read your own website, run a spell check or have a friend who knows check it. But, I hate dowels, bubble tea straws are the way to go, for me, and smaller straws for smaller tiers. Though I also love the security of SPS. Wood makes your cake taste wooden, but I am not opposed to a center dowel.
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Agreed, their website is pretty aweful and needs to be completely overhauled. As for the wooden taste, I belive the dowels they sell have some sort of a food safe coating. I spoke with the gentleman on the phone prior to purchasing and he was super nice and offered to cut my dowels in half prior to shipment (I only had a 2 tier) to minimize shipping.
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Originally Posted by alliecakes82

Agreed, their website is pretty aweful and needs to be completely overhauled. As for the wooden taste, I belive the dowels they sell have some sort of a food safe coating. I spoke with the gentleman on the phone prior to purchasing and he was super nice and offered to cut my dowels in half prior to shipment (I only had a 2 tier) to minimize shipping.


They have a survey asking if you like their new website, so I think we may be looking at the "overhaul";(
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Originally Posted by Annabakescakes

I found the website and OMg, it is grammatical nightmare, with typos galore! Ick! "sack a cake" "treaded with food safe ..." "cake decerating" "acrylicinfo" ((((shudder))))


Oh, hex seems nice, but I won't trust them with my money. It doesn't take a genius to proof read your own website, run a spell check or have a friend who knows check it. But, I hate dowels, bubble tea straws are the way to go, for me, and smaller straws for smaller tiers. Though I also love the security of SPS. Wood makes your cake taste wooden, but I am not opposed to a center dowel.

This spelling might be bad, but I've ordered from them several times and have been very pleased both with their products and their service.
post #7 of 7
I also use Cake Things "stack-a-cake" system for all my tiered cakes. Love it!!! They are very customer service oriented. The website may not be slick but that's not a reflection of their trustworthiness. I've even stopped charging a deposit for pieces. The prices are reasonable enough that it's easier for the customer to just keep it. No more worries about keeping track of inventory.
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