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How to achieve HOT PINK?

post #1 of 16
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I was wondering how to get hot pink icing? Any suggestions?

Thanks, Sherri
post #2 of 16
would love to know this myself. bump
post #3 of 16
I achieved hot pink icing (super bright) with red coloring. I just added it a little at a time until I got what I wanted. Took some tinkering but. . . I got there.

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post #4 of 16
Americolor has a hot pink coloring
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post #5 of 16
Wilton's Rose comes out hot pink also. icon_smile.gif
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post #6 of 16
you can use Wilton's "Rose" it is a hotpink...i have had so many compliments on my color...you can see a picture of it in my pictures....Everybody asks me what color that is and i tell them rose...they love it

the more u use of it the brighter it gets
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post #7 of 16
Americolor does have hot pink and Chef Master color has electric pink.
Both come out very bright and vibrant. ( see the hot pink Barbie cake in my profile)

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post #8 of 16
When ever i try to make red using the wilton red, i always end up with hot pink some how... icon_confused.gif lol
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post #9 of 16
I use americolor electric pink and I have been very happy with it! You can order it right here from cake central. They usually have it on sale and shipping is fairly fast.
post #10 of 16
I also use the Americolor electric pink. It is less "orange" then the wilton reds and pinks. It also makes a lovely regular pink but you can only use the littlest bit.
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post #11 of 16
Thread Starter 
Thanks everyone!

I was looking and on CC and Americolor electric pink is out of stock. icon_cry.gif Do you think fushia would work just as well as electric pink? I really need to order right away.

Thanks again, Sherri
post #12 of 16
TOday I used the Rose (wilton) and it came out bitter icon_confused.gif and HOT pink icon_surprised.gif so if there is a not taste rose I'd try that.
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post #13 of 16
I used the Wilton Rose.... and it came out a Melon color... too orangey.... How do I fix this???
post #14 of 16

Electric pink by Americolor , you can use it alone, or add a little fuschia ( also Americolor)  to it :) here you go

post #15 of 16

 Or you can purchase the electric pink   from GSA, or buy it from Hobby Lobby , I recently saw they carry these colors . The fuschia color has more blue in it . Maybe you can try mixing it with some regular pink , just add very little and see what it looks like . HTH :) 

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