Displaying Dummy Cakes

Decorating By eriksmom Updated 15 Jun 2009 , 2:27am by indydebi

eriksmom Posted 15 Jun 2009 , 1:44am
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I've heard so many times about a product that you can spray on your dummy cakes to make them stay clean longer, or maybe keep the dust off them or keep them from yellowing.
anyway, several local businesses have been asking me to make them cakes to display in their stores to advertise my work. I would like for my cakes to stay clean and white (or any other color), for a good long time.
if anyone knows the name of the product i'm looking for, please share!!!!

Thanks,
Becky

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indydebi Posted 15 Jun 2009 , 2:27am
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If there's a product that keeps dust off of stuff, let me know 'coz I'll be spraying down my whole house!!!

Interestingly, when I put my 6 tier white cake in the shop window, it started to turn yellow from the sun. Then after a few days, the sunlight turned it back to white and it's been fine ever since.

I have an ivory basketweave cake that hasn't changed color one iota and it's about 2 years old, but my fondant orange pumpkin is a nice cream color now!

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