Can I use Americolor airbrush colour as you would the gels? I accidentally purchased the airbrush set by mista?
The shop will not return them and I would like to colour fondants and candy melts with them.
- The Unknown ChefLv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
Airbrush colour are liquid like regular liquid food colours, you may need to tone them to your liking for the right shade, one word of caution with any liquid food colour, some time the weaken the icing or fondant so you may need to add more icing/powdered sugar to stiffen it up a bit, and when kneading fondant I used those disposable gloves from the dollar stores, I used the vinyl ones as some people have latex allergies. For candy melts use one or 2 more, I used a toothpick to dip in rub or mix in the colour, it is not going to be used again so why stain a spoon or metal object.
- 4 years ago
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