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Painting the surface of Chocolate

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I have some molded chocolate pieces that I'd like to hand-paint; I've tried the Americolor chocolate colors, and they work well enough, but they never seem to dry.

Do they just take longer to dry because they're oil-based, or does the surface always staya bit tacky and easily rubbed off?
Colleen
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Colleen
Vegetables are a must on a diet. I suggest carrot cake, zucchini bread and pumpkin pie.
- Jim Davis -
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I've had that problem before too. It did finally dry but when touched it does still smear. Wish I knew the answer. Have you tried the pens?
In my next life I wanna be a pastry chef.
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In my next life I wanna be a pastry chef.
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I use luster dusts with confectioner's glaze. It dries 100%.
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