Make Cookie Cutters Last Longer With a Blow Dryer

Make Cookie Cutters Last Longer With a Blow Dryer

Sarah Rae Smith
Jan 12, 2011

The holidays have gone and we're not making cookies left and right like we have been over the last several months. We're looking at healthier options when it comes to meals and snacking, so It's time to properly address the storage and maintenance of our cookie cutters and other baking and decorating supplies to keep them in tip top shape. Do your storage methods include a blow dryer? Here's why they should!

We love the baking supply storage that's happening over at Prudent Baby recently. Things are bagged, boxed and labeled so you can see exactly what you need, when you need it. After all, a little organizing now will make a world of difference through the entire year!

One of the great tips they have shared with us is to blow dry your cookie cutters after washing. Although hand drying them works just fine, quite often, small bits of water can get stuck in the seam where the cutters are held together. Just a little bit of water can cause a great deal of rust down the road and unless you like spending $10 a pop for a lion cookie cutter every other year, this small tip is a great way to ensure they'll last for a generation and then some! Check out more tips on baking supply storage over at Prudent Baby.

Related: Create Your Own Custom Copper Cookie Cutters

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