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Old 02-09-2011, 10:48
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Default Re: I just ruined 5 yards of korker ribbon

Originally Posted by Maxine View Post
I'm so aggravated

This is the 2nd time I've had an entire batch of korker ribbon ruined. What in the world am I doing wrong?

I rolled them all up, misted them with a 50/50 starch combo and baked at 275 degrees for 25 minutes. I have always used the same temp/time recipe. The first batch I ruined (about 2 months ago) was only misted with water.

So, here they come out of the oven and all the white parts of the ribbon are now deep gray. It was ribbon that was black with white and pink circles on it.

I guess it doesn't matter what color it *was*. It's now garbage

Is there any help for me?
I just had this happen to me too! Same colour, black with white polka dots. I didn't throw mine out though lol I put my korker together and I figure if someone buys it, great, if not then oh well.

Try baking it without starch first. I had white ribbon get a pink ting to it one time. Seriously, how did that happen? LOL
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