Uuurrggeeennttt!! Need Help!!!

Decorating By Sungirl1985 Updated 3 Aug 2012 , 4:28am by step0nmi

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Sungirl1985 Posted 3 Aug 2012 , 3:35am
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I have a 150 portions cake to do for saturday (august 4th). I've bought pettinice fondant. It's pretty hot and humid right now, and I can't roll it!! It sticks on the surface, even if I use icing sugar, and if I try to lift it it strechs a lot!!! How can I prevent this????

I'll cry if i can't do it!! That's for someone else and I NEED to achieve it!

PLEEAAASSSEEE HEEELLPPP MEEE!! icon_sad.gificon_cry.gif

hope I'll have a very quick answer...

thx!!! icon_cry.gif

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sweetcakes Posted 3 Aug 2012 , 3:44am
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Do you have air conditioning? turn it down to 70, that may help.

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Apti Posted 3 Aug 2012 , 3:49am
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corn flour (cornstarch) may also help instead of using powdered sugar (confectioner's sugar). Don't use too much or it will cause cracking.

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bellalex Posted 3 Aug 2012 , 3:50am
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I use cornstarch to roll my fondant on. Maybe that will help instead of sugar.

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step0nmi Posted 3 Aug 2012 , 4:28am
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1st....BREATHE! there IS an answer icon_wink.gif

2nd...yes, adding more sugar will make it stickier.

use the cornstarch or even use shortening. from what i know pettinice is pretty soft/stretchy like you said. you MAY want to get some Wilton fondant and just mix some of that in to get it workable (50/50)...along with a bit more shortening.


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