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post #31 of 33
I tried the gold and silver Graffiti and they smelled like paint and tasted like chemicals. I did not experience this with other colors.
post #32 of 33
I know this is a long time after the original post, so maybe the company has made changes by now?
I just used his silver spray for the first time, my airbrusher decided to quit on me the morning of a wedding, so it was an emergency quick fix.
It did smell nasty, like regular spray paint, but that didn't last long. I was covering white fondant, both smooth and figures, it covered beautifully, didn't drip or pool, dried quite quickly and had no taste.
Maybe I got really lucky, or they fixed the old problems. Either way, I used 4 cans and they worked perfectly.
Finally a product of his I like! lol
post #33 of 33
I agree that the Duff version didn't work very well so which silver spray would you suggest if I don't have an airbrush, the PME or the Chefmaster? I would love suggestions, advice, pictures, anything! icon_smile.gif Thank you!
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