Guitar Sheets for Chocolate - 400x600mm (Clear Cake Collar / Wrap / Chocolate Sheet)


Guitar sheets are used in the handling of chocolate, ganache and other fillings. 

Guitar sheets are similar to acetate but less rigid, they also give an extremely shiny finish on chocolate (tho less so than acetate). Guitar sheets are more flexible but may need support when curved or rolled. 

Directions of use: Spread your ganache onto the flexible sheets using a plastic frame. allow to set and cut with a guitar cutter. They can also be 

  • Usedfor a range of chocolate work and decorations.
  • Perfect for stacking cakes with custards, creams or jelly fillings
  • Build curved and custom designed desserts and savouries
  • Strips can be cut to size and is extremely flexible to bend and mould
  • Excellent for all chocolate work, e.g. bows and bands
  • Guitar sheets peel away from all foods surfaces smoothly
  • When using with chocolate it leaves a shiny gloss finish
  • Less glossy than acetate but more flexible to create sharper curls and folds
  • Use as the film between your ganache lid and cake when creating large slab cakes
  • A completely Food Safe product (reusable if required)

Guitar Sheets have lots of uses in cake decorating and chocolate work.  Cut a height and length to suit and use to line a cake tin or mould for mousse cakes, tortes and entremets.  Smooth out melted chocolate and wrap around your cake as a chocolate collar, or use the chocolate to mould, roll or cut to create chocolate garnishes. 

The A3 size sheet is suitable for tall cakes and large slab cakes - simply cut your size to suit.  Can be sticky taped together to create longer sheets.   

SIZE: 60cm x 40cm (similar to A3 size)

Manufactured in The Netherlands by IBC for Barry Callebaut

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