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Can I wrap a cake in acetate?

Acetate Liners can be used for many applications. Wrap it around your cake to keep the filling in place, or use it to line a cake ring before assembling your cake. It’s commonly used by Chocolatiers for designing their own chocolate decorations, as acetate sheets have a glossy coating which lend a shine to the chocolates while also assisting in easy removal of the decorations. Acetate sheets posses a firm and rigid shape and can be shaped without being indented at any point.

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Can I use parchment paper in place of clear acetate cake bands?

Acetate Liners posses a firm and rigid shape and can be shaped without being indented at any point, which parchment paper fails to do. The benefits of the Acetate Liners are that they stands on its own, can be easily peeled away, are sturdy enough to act as scaffolding for the cake being assembled, and are colorless, so you can see what’s being done inside.

Baking parchment is very agile but would otherwise satisfy all of the points above, except that you cannot see through it.

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