Airbrush Cake Decorating Safety

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When you airbrush cake decorations, there are a few important safety tips that you're always going to want to keep in mind. Learn about airbrush cake decorating safety with help from the cake diva in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, my name is Porsha Kimble, the cake diva and I'm here to show you how to safely airbrush your cake at home. For demonstrating purpose, I do have this cake propped up so you can see it from the bottom to the top. If you're at home and you don't want to get airbrush color everywhere which I'm sure you don't, just simply get a box. You want to place your cake inside and then air brush away. Please know that when airbrushing at home to cover your counter tops and walls around the box so no airbrush color can get and stay on anything. It takes forever for it to come off. In order to keep your airbrush clean, make sure you keep it soaked in soapy warm water just for a few hours or even over night. That way you don't have any clogging. Also to make sure that you don't get the color off of your airbrush from a previous spray, just simply use vodka or clear vanilla or clear lemon extract. That'll keep your airbrush clean and flowing with colors constantly. Again, my name is Porsha Kimble, the cake diva, showing you how to airbrush your cake safely at home. Stay safe.


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