Air Brushing A Cake

Decorating By LuckyAces Updated 26 Jun 2012 , 3:47pm by auntginn

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LuckyAces Posted 26 Jun 2012 , 4:34am
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Ok, so I am air brushing some things for a cake...does any one know how long it normally takes for it to dry or any tips for quick drying? Please ans Thank you.

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auntginn Posted 26 Jun 2012 , 3:47pm
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Climate control is the key, If you are in a high humidity area it will take longer to dry. So time yourself. Depending on what I am airbrushing I give myself an hour plus.

Example; The whole cake prior to decorating I would give a couple of hours if the weather is dry, Morning to noon if humidity is up. But accent pieces, 1/2 hr to couple of hours.

The more color you add, the longer it will take also.

For faster drying use a hairblower set on cool.

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