It seems when I use Satin Ice fondant, I have to use a good amount of powdered sugar so it doesn't stick. So much remains on the fondant and a pastry brush doesn't take it all off. It looks really bad, especially on black and red. Any suggestions?
try airbrushing vodka or everclear, that usually works.
Rub the fondant with a little crisco and that will remove the residue and then go back over with a clean paper towel to remove any excess crisco. Then the fondant will have a nice sheen to it.
I roll mine on Pam, not powdered sugar and I never have a problem with sticking or marks on final product.
what suzycakes said!
Yep - I learned from the Master!!LOL!!
I avoid the mess of powders altogether by rolling my SI out on a piece of vinyl or silicone rubbed with a smear of crisco.
I never have sticking, stretching, or elephant skin issues, either--and, when I'm done, I'm done, so I don't have to rub it or spray it.