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post #1 of 5
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Hello
I always have icing sugar residue on my fondant specially on dark colors does anyone know how can I rid of it to get that professional look?

I dont want to use a steamer
I really appreciate your help
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post #2 of 5
You can dust it off with a soft brush or rub a really light coating of shortening it will make it shine. Steamer works best though.
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I just use a soft paintbrush, it has worked great so far!

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post #4 of 5
I just had this happen to me on a cake I did this week - black fondant was discoloured from corn starch. I used a damp brush to add moisture to the fondant and once dried it looked great. Not too much water though, it will get tacky and needs time to dry.
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the damb brush was great it works for me
thank you
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