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Old 01-05-2011, 11:39
sxybunnyg sxybunnyg is offline
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Default Re: Bottle cap experts I need ur help!

Originally Posted by cobyshayngirl View Post
Um, don't bake them. You need to keep them level and free from dust and curious little fingers. I put wax paper on my cookie sheet and then stick the pan in the oven overnight. Warn the dh though. I, being a baker, chef, mom, knows what I am doing in the kitchen person, ALWAYS opens the oven door prior to preheating. DH does not. He baked my caps and the fumes were so terrible he had to take all 3 kids, including our 10 week old outside while the house aired out. I have one less cookie sheet now.
Thanks no baking then

Originally Posted by ah4185 View Post
Aww ~ thanks!! She is really something! Those 3 girls keep me on my toes.

I don't bake my caps. I just let them dry in the room ~ takes about 24-36 hours to cure completely. I've heard of baking them to get them to set faster. Makes me nervous, though. I'm thinking "fire hazard". Don't know about that for sure, though.

Oh ~ make sure you come back and check your caps at about 1-2 minutes and then again at 10-15 because there are always straggler bubbles that come up. I even check again around 1/2 hour later. If they are big ones (which the later ones are), you can pop them with a pin.

You doing okay?
Thank you again Heather!
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