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"Clear" Pearlescent or sparkly sheen in airbrush....

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Hi all,

 

I could use your opinions.... I have been using Amerimist's pearlescent airbrush sheen, but when spayed on a white cake it turns the cake's coloring to off white or champagne. I had heard that differ brands can give different effects. Can anyone recommend a sparkly sheen that will allow me to keep a cake white? 

 

Thanks!

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Anyone?
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Mine is by Bakery Crafts called Baker's Preferred Pearl Airbrush AB5150.  Manuf. in Westchester, Ohio. 1-800-543-1673.

I am in Canada and purchased mine in Vancouver, BC. It has never changed the color of my cakes, just makes it pearly.

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Thanks I'll give that one a try icon_smile.gif
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