Using An Airbrush

Decorating By MaryAllison Updated 22 Sep 2010 , 12:03pm by TheBlonde

MaryAllison Posted 21 Sep 2010 , 9:50pm
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I used my airbrush in my home for the first time this past weekend. Although I used a box to surround the cake that I made for my neice, I'm finding blue throughout my home (today is my cleaning day).

Please, if any of you have any ideas to contain the airbrush spray, I'd so appreciate your helpful hints and tips.

Thanking you all in advance! icon_cry.gif

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sweetcakes Posted 21 Sep 2010 , 11:34pm
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you would need an extractor fan at the back of the box, preferable with a filter to suck all the extra over spray into it. Your hubby may be able to fix you something up, CakeSafe have now made this very box, abit pricy but will prevent everything getting a thin colour coating.

TheBlonde Posted 22 Sep 2010 , 12:03pm
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Originally Posted by sweetcakes

you would need an extractor fan at the back of the box, preferable with a filter to suck all the extra over spray into it. Your hubby may be able to fix you something up, CakeSafe have now made this very box, abit pricy but will prevent everything getting a thin colour coating.




Who needs a husband? I can do that on my own...

An extractor fan would work great though...

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