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Beware - it does not wash off your worktop!!,
This review is from: PME Edible Clear Glaze Food Colour / Icing Spray Shine (Grocery)
I thought a spray glaze would be a fantastic thing to give my "Yankee Candle" cake a lovely shine. And it did. But then when I cleaned down my worktop it didn't come off, I could feel it beneath the cloth. So I used a variety of kitchen cleaners to no avail. I phoned PME who suggested using rejuvenating spirit but I don't have any of that. Apparently they have changed the packaging to warn about this but my can carried no such warning. So, if possible, use it outside.
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Initial post: 18 Apr 2013 12:31:50 BDT
Miss Betts says:
I had excatly the same problem! Wish I had read your review before using it ;)
In reply to an earlier post on 13 Jun 2013 12:17:46 BDT
Me too! Thanks for the review- I had some rejuvenator and can happily report that it worked, but not before I had a small panic attack, thinking I'd just ruined my newly-fitted, high gloss work top!
In reply to an earlier post on 13 Jul 2013 00:55:12 BDT
K. MURPHY says:
Help! I've just done as you have both done... Dull sticky work top... Arghh!! How much rejuvenating spirit do I use and how? Thank you x
Posted on 22 Jun 2014 19:41:56 BDT
Amazon Customer says:
Rejuvenating spirit is food grade isopropyl alcohol, comes in small bottles and is rather expensive. If you have this problem I suggest you try surgical spirit (US rubbing alcohol) which is also isopropyl alcohol but sold in larger bottles and much cheaper, it should be safe enough to use on a work surface given its intended use is external application to the skin.
Posted on 28 Dec 2014 08:18:39 GMT
I was told on a baking course to spray my cakes with glaze outside (if small enough to carry). This also allows the excess to dissipate outside rather than hang around in the air in your kitchen for you to breathe in.
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