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post #16 of 25
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That pans for less site sells the ML brand?! Their's is even cheaper than intotheoven.

I'd forgotten about intotheoven. . .little thieves. . . icon_rolleyes.gif
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post #17 of 25
i bought squares and rounds from the cakepans4less, got them quickly, paid "pennies" for them and i love them! with my cheapo pans i need to use bake even strips...with these, i do not. when i got mine, some of them were magic line, others were not marked (the lesser expensive brand nameon the site-cant remember it now) ...but of exact same quality. i got 6 pans for 61$ shipped. WAY better investment!
post #18 of 25
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Thanks Melysa. thumbs_up.gif Do you know what sizes are and aren't ML?
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post #19 of 25
Quote:
Originally Posted by nglez09

Thanks Melysa. thumbs_up.gif Do you know what sizes are and aren't ML?


i think that they have all sizes in magic line and the lesser expensive ones . they are both professional grade alluminum, same really. i actually ordered all the other brand but for some reason they sent one or two of them the ML...guess they were out of the others . to me they bake up the same...look the same...only diff is the name stamp and a few bucks more. anyway...i got a 4" round, 4,6,8,10 &12" square plus a baking core all for 61 including the shipping. great deal.
post #20 of 25
hey, isnt it past your bedtime young man? ha ha
post #21 of 25
pssst...(whispering) have you gone to bed?
post #22 of 25
I do have rounds of ML too, and I like them better than Wilton, too, mostly because their sides are super straight--not even a hint of slant (some of my 8" round Wilton are totally slanted--wider at the top). Their edges are very crisp too.

Just a much better pan, I feel...I'll never buy another Wilton pan, though I do use the ones I have, and I LOVE their springform pans.

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post #23 of 25
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icon_lol.gif Thanks for the info Melysa. And it was pasty my "bed time". Usually it's at ten when my parents start yelling down to get off and I tell them, "I'm almost done!" and spend about half an hour more. shhh.gificon_lol.gif
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post #24 of 25
I'm not sure if I'm allowed to say this, if not I'm sorry, but I would be willing to part with my new Magic Line square pans. Email me at kelleykakes@gmail.com
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post #25 of 25
Kelleykakes,

Did you have trouble with your ML square pan discoloring?? My 10x10x2 has discolored something horrible and I have only hand washed it. I hope I can still bake with it! Other than that problem, I LOVE my ML pans!
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