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Old 12-27-2010, 09:58
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For those of you that bake your bows, do you spray them with anything before you put them in? Spray them with anything when they come out? Or just bake them? Thank you for any help.


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Starch on bows... I usually dont starch korkers unless I am working with a really flemsy ribbon.
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Yes, I spray my with starch BEFORE putting them in the oven. Bake for 15-20 mins on 225 but everyone's oven can differ.
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Yes, I spray my with starch BEFORE putting them in the oven. Bake for 15-20 mins on 225 but everyone's oven can differ.
same here
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I only bake my korkers. I dip the ribbon in a bow of starch before putting it on the rod to bake it. I don't starch again after it comes out. But I do only use gg ribbon for korkers. If I used another I would probably starch again. I am just too afraid other ribbons will not hold the curl long term.
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Old 12-27-2010, 12:53
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I starch and then bake as well....depending how many I have to make. If it is only a few I use my hair dryer. If there is a bunch then I stick them all in the oven.
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I only bake my korkers. I dip the ribbon in a bow of starch before putting it on the rod to bake it. I don't starch again after it comes out. But I do only use gg ribbon for korkers. If I used another I would probably starch again. I am just too afraid other ribbons will not hold the curl long term.
Keri, do you use Sta-Flo or something else? (if you don't mind sharing)
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No not at all Maxine. I don't like stay flo at all. I get a heavy spray starch and spray it into a bowl. it makes it crisper?? If that is even a word. Maxine this can be your job when you come to kork all my ribbon so I don't go insane
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No not at all Maxine. I don't like stay flo at all. I get a heavy spray starch and spray it into a bowl. it makes it crisper?? If that is even a word. Maxine this can be your job when you come to kork all my ribbon so I don't go insane
omg.. I laughed right out loud! (you're FUN Keri!)

Btw, do I get a company car? (lolol )
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Maxine no company car but I do have an extra spiderman bike in the garage
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