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Gumtex in MMF?

post #1 of 6
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Can i add Gumtex to MMF as i would normally to fondant to make it extra hard and hold shape? Or does MMF not even need gumtex and will dry hard and hold shape without it?

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Mel
post #2 of 6
I've never had to add gumtex to MMF, it harden on it's own. I can't imagine that it would hurt though!
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post #3 of 6
I add gum-tex to MMF, if I am making a bow or something that needs to harden. My MMF doesn't get hard enough if I don't add it.

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post #4 of 6
I added it once to see what would happened it seemed to work ...but then with what I was doing it probably would have held up either way.
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post #5 of 6
If your doing something like a bow or aloop, I would add it.
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i added gumtex to my plain MMF (no gum tragacanth) it became crumbly and has no stretch at all. i also added some gel paste color to a portion and it was squishy and crumbly at the same time. the gumtex i bought is not white and it smells like vinegar, it that normal? also since it's not white, i guess i cant use it on white fondant as it makes it look dirty. this is my first time working with MMF and gumtex, i have worked with satin ice and tylose before to make chacters. please help!!! what am i doing wrong? i just want to make some little figures made of MMF instead of a premade fondant. thank you.

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