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post #16 of 18
HATE it!! Will never use it again - I would change my design or color theme to avoid it!!! Just my opinion
post #17 of 18
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Originally Posted by MaurorLess67

HATE it!! Will never use it again - I would change my design or color theme to avoid it!!! Just my opinion



I certainly understand where you're coming from. I have only ever used it for little things. Too soft and sticky for me. I keep trying new fondant but I keep going back to Satin Ice. I hope what you were working on was alright in the end or did you start over?
post #18 of 18
I keep two colors on hand of Duff's, Black and Brown. Just used the brown for molded pinecones on a wedding cake and it works beautifully for that. I also find it hard to use as fondant because it's made like half and half (half fondant and half candy clay and is greasy). And I do purchase it with 50% off certificates from Michaels because $19. is a bit steep for such a small amount. But when you need just a bit of black at 2 a.m. you'd pay any amount just for a fist full of pure dark fondant.
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