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How do I speed dry fondant/gumpaste heart?

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After two days of high humidity the dang thing is still bendable. Help!!!!
post #2 of 6
I'm not sure how long you have, or how big/thick it is, but I would start over and this time use mostly gumpaste and add A LOT of tyolse power to it. Work fast, and let it set up. Should be hard in no time.
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post #3 of 6
I agree with Isabelle24 but I use a fan on low speed with some circulation on the bottom too.
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post #4 of 6
Put it in the oven with the light on but the oven turned off. You won't believe how hot it will get in there with just the light on. I have dried flowers made from gumpaste like this when I need it in a hurry.
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post #5 of 6
I use my dehydrator on low. I can even stack the extra tray on it when I do lots of flowers. The fan circulates the heat nicely.
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Originally Posted by inspiredbymom

I use my dehydrator on low. I can even stack the extra tray on it when I do lots of flowers. The fan circulates the heat nicely.



Darn.........that reminds me. I need to ask my daughter for my dehydrator back.
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