Airbrushing A Cake

Decorating By hnfizer1 Updated 15 Mar 2013 , 3:58pm by IAmPamCakes

hnfizer1 Posted 25 Feb 2013 , 8:47pm
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Anyone have any advice on what brand of cake airbrush kit I should get?

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IAmPamCakes Posted 26 Feb 2013 , 6:15am
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AI got a smaller kit that came with a gravity feed and a suction feed brush. Adjustable pressure from like 7 - 65 psi. Long hose, cleaning brushes, etc. I found it on for about $125. There are so many to choose from! I figured I should start out on the cheap side to learn & play, then upgrade when I need to. I've been happy with the one I have.

hnfizer1 Posted 26 Feb 2013 , 10:12pm
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Thanks for the advice. I took a look on Amazon and found quite a few. I agree, I will start with a less expensive kit and see how it goes first.

Thanks so much!

hnfizer1 Posted 15 Mar 2013 , 1:55pm
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AI wound up purchasing the Duff machine at Michaels. It was cheap wiith the 50% off coupon they had going. Came to 75.00. Its awesome! Im in love with how easy it is!

IAmPamCakes Posted 15 Mar 2013 , 3:58pm
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AAirbrushing actually is kinda easy and fun. I almost got the Duff machine, but it didn't have any features on it that I wanted. But I'm sure it's a great first machine. Have fun!

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