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2oz. Edible Glue Jar

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Edible Glue is made ready-to-use, no mixing required. This product is food safe, edible, vegan, and gluten free. This product is so versatile, you can adhere fondant, edible images, lace pieces, gumpaste decorations, royal icing transfers, and small fondant pieces to fondant, chocolate, and a crusting buttercream! You can also use the edible glue to glue fondant to a cake board. This edible glue dries clear and is flavorless. This is great for gluing while making gumpaste flowers. (I use it for everything cake related) This edible glue will work on any edible medium. Made exclusively by Little Hunnys Cakery in Escondido, CA. Best if used within 2 years (this is not an expiration date) You may keep at room temperature, no need to refrigerate. Make sure to keep the lid on the glue when not in use to prevent the glue drying around the edges. Ingredients: Food grade Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose Gum, Maltodextrin, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Gum Arabic, Propylene Glycol, Triacetin
Nutrition Facts: Serving size 1 tsp (3g), Calories per serving 10, Total Fat 0g, Saturated Fat 0g, Cholesterol 0mg, Sodium 240mg, Total Carbohydrates 2g, Dietary Fiber 2g, Total sugars 0g, Protein 0g
DIRECTIONS: It's suggested to pour a small amount of edible glue into a separate, clean paint pallet. You can re-dip paint brushes into the edible glue jar it comes in but it can discolor your existing glue and the glue can appear cloudy. Pouring into a separate container ensures your edible glue jar will stay clear and clean. Apply a small amount of edible glue to what you're trying to glue with a paint brush. You may need to hold in place for a few seconds. Remember- a little goes a long way. Too much edible glue will make your project slippery and will take longer to dry. For edible images: Always spread a thin layer of edible glue on your project first, and then adhere the edible image. For example, if you're gluing an edible image to fondant, spread the glue on the fondant first. Make sure the entire area of the fondant has a thin layer of glue. If any areas are missed, an air bubble can occur under the edible image where there is no glue present. If you're adding an edible image directly to a cake, an icing sheet is preferred over using wafer paper. Use a crusting buttercream (such as ABC-American buttercream) Spread a thin layer of edible glue with a clean wide paint brush on a cold, crusted buttercream surface. Then adhere your edible image.

Heavy decor may need to be held for several seconds before it stays in place. Always use a smaller amount of glue first. More can always be added. If too much is added, you can wipe off with a clean paper towel, napkin, or a clean paintbrush.

Contact Little Hunnys Cakery for wholesale pricing. Minimum order 24pcs.
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