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Painting a cake black with PME Lustre Spray?

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I need to make a black buttercream coverd cake and was wondering if anyone has tried colouring buttercream black with PME lustre spray? Would it effect the taste of the buttercream? Would it stain teeth? I thought of colouring the buttercream with black gel colour, but have understood that everyone would end up with a black tongue icon_wink.gif I'm based in Finland and PME is the only brand I've found available in spray colours. Thanks for your help!

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Hi there

 

Did you ever get an answer to your question about black buttercream?

 

I'm doing a red rose cake with red buttercream roses and have heard that the gel colours stain tongue and teeth!

Wondering if the red lustre spray will do the trick...

 

Did you try the spray?

 

Hope to hear from you soon

Natalie

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