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Based in United Kingdom, stayathomemum has been an eBay member since 02 Jul, 2004

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by stayathomemum
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Care of Metal Cookie Cutters
Metal cookie cutters can be manufactured from tin or stainless steel. Tin is a pliable metal which means more intricate, novelty shapes can be formed. When you receive your metal cookie cutters, wash them in warm soapy water, and dry them straight away. Do not put them in the dishwasher, the drying process can make them rust. If you look after your cutters, they will last for years, and be handed down so your children's children can enjoy them too. Making biscuits is a great wa...
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Using Plastic Chocolate Moulds
Plastic chocolate moulds are very easy to use. Always start by washing your mould in warm, soapy water. Dry completely and do not touch the inside of the cavities with your fingers - the greese can repel chocolate. Never put the mould in the dishwasher, or the oven. Melt your chocolate either in the microwave, or as I prefer, in a bowl over a saucepan of hot water on the hob. Do not boil the chocolate, it just needs to be warm and free flowing. You can use most shop bought chocolate, but I f...
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