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Isomalt Jewels help please

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Hello everyone, I have a few questions about iPhone. This is my first time working with it and I'm not sure how to store then once they have harden. how long can I keep them? And how do I store them properly so they don't stick to each other?

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Questions about iPhone???
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I assume that you mean "Isomalt"?   

 

Once set, store them with some desiccant packets (search online) in a covered plastic container in a cool place out of direct heat & light.

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If you've sprayed the jewel molds with non-stick spray before you make the jewels they'll probably have a little of that on them. That tends to keep them from sticking together. I just store mine in plastic containers with the silica gel packs.

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Thank u all for ur help

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