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Butter warmer question 23 Feb 2007 14:47 #27132

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I purchased a couple Gold Metal butter warmers last week. They are here now and I don't know what the two short cylinders are for. One is approx. 3" high by 3" across, the other about 1 1/2" high by 3" across. Help--I would like to put them in action.
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Re: Butter warmer question 23 Feb 2007 20:33 #27133

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Burney,

I think they are for putting your topping bowl on to "float" it above the bottom. That way the bowl isn't touching the bottom where the heat is and scorching it. At least that's what I use mine for.
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Re: Butter warmer question 25 Feb 2007 20:39 #27134

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Yes, the two size rings are for under the stainless tub, actually one was for using metal #10 cans, the other is to fit the stainless tub that comes with the warmer.

SOME of the GM warmers were shipped with a metal SPRING, Kinda like a bedspring. if you get one of those DO NOT USE IT.

I know of a case where they had the 'Spring' and while using it, the hold down collar on top moved and let the pump POP up spraying everyone with hot water and butter!

fortunatly the temp was not set TOO hot, no burns but scared the heck outta everyone and made a real mess.
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Re: Butter warmer question 26 Feb 2007 15:11 #27135

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Okay thanks, now, how do you clean these things?
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Re: Butter warmer question 26 Feb 2007 20:11 #27136

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Simple,

Load it in your car

Goto the local Car Wash

Set it on your hood and drive thru!


No.....

Depending on the topping you use cleaning isn't hard.

I use Gold Metal "Watch Dog" cleaner on the exterior.

If you use a Hardening "Hydroginized" topping you may have to remove the tip from the end of the tube and clean it, and it should have come with a long brush to clen the tube out.
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Re: Butter warmer question 26 Feb 2007 21:03 #27137

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I am going to be trying the Odells in it. I got the dispensers off ebay through bigscreen and they didn't come with directions or a cleaning brush. I found the manual on-line and printed it out.
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Re: Butter warmer question 27 Feb 2007 10:17 #27138

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Burney,

I'm using the Odells anhydrous butterfat in mine and it doesn't get that goopy slop that the fake butter used to. It is clean as a whistle now.....
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