BELLA 13572 Cotton Candy Maker, Red and White
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- Comes apart for easy cleaning
- Includes dishwasher safe bowl
- Quick and easy to use
- Easy to clean
- Easy to come apart
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Transform hard and granulated sugar into cotton candy. It comes with a dishwasher safe bowl and comes apart for easy cleaning.
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This is a great little machine.
It is easy to set up and easy to clean and within about 5 minutes of taking it out of the box we were heating it up and getting ready to make cotton candy.
You will not be making a big bag of cotton candy like you might see at a state fair (the kind that takes 3 or 4 people to eat). What you will make is a fairly good personal sized cotton candy batch for one person. It doesn't take long to make but I can't say that I timed it. I'd say about 3 minutes to make a batch after it heats up.
We plan on using this machine for all sorts of fun events. Pinewood derby, possibly some fun raisers, summer fun events, birthday parties. The options are endless.
How this works and some hints:
You assemble this and then you turn it on. It takes ten minutes to heat up. Once it is hot you turn it off so it's not spinning and put the sugar in.
We found the sugar doesn't get tossed out if you will turn it off and as it slows almost to a stop you drop the sugar in and then flip it on right away. If the center is still spinning it pushes the sugar to the edges and it doesn't fly out.
When the sugar gets spun out and starts coming out in strands we have also found that if you let it build up a little bit before you put your cone in the machine it is easier to get it start to wrap around the cone. Once you begin getting it wrapped around the cone you will then hold the cone over the machine instead of in the machine and spin the cone. This keeps the sugar strands on your cone from melting again in the hot air.
Once your machine is hot and if you are making another batch just turn the machine off long enough to stop the spinning (or get it to slow down enough) and put in the sugar and turn it on and start again.
When you are finished, disassemble it and clean it up. If you have some hard sugar on there, don't try to use it in the machine as sugar and a little bit of soaking will take it all off.
One other hint- if you hear it rattle, check to be sure the top clear cover is installed correctly. If it is loose at all, then it is prone to rattle.