Icinginks™ Poppy Paint 30 ml Bottles, Fast Drying, 100% FDA-Compliant Edible Confectionery Paint for Matte to Semi-Gloss Finish Texture on Chocolate, Isomalt, Ganache, Candy Melts, Cookies, Macarons, Royal Icing, Glaze Icing, Fondant, Gumpaste, Wafer Paper, Candy, Modeling Chocolate
What is yummy should be attractive as well! Icinginks makes it easy for you to decorate cakes, cookies, cupcakes or other confectionery items of your choice with captivating designs for every occasion.
Order Poppy Paint 30 ml Bottle(s) containing edible paint color you need to get started with. We offer FDA-approved poppy paints in different colors from Red, Orange, Yellow and Green, to Blue, Black, Brown, White, and many others.
What attracts professionals and beginners alike to our poppy paint colors are their impressive finishing touch, and fast-drying attributes. Unlike other poppy paint colors that cause smudge when used in creating complex edible designs featuring multiple layers, Icinginks Poppy Paint colors give a worry-free experience. It’s alcohol solvent makes it a fast-drying paint color. In a single sitting, you can complete the design work. There are three variants - Poppy Paint, Poppy Paint Pearlescents and Poppy Paint Super Shine – with different drying times.
Poppy Paint colors work on dry, solid confectionery surface of the type as follows: Chocolate, Isomalt, Ganache, Candy Melts, Cookies, Macarons, Royal Icing, Glaze Icing, Fondant, Gumpaste, Wafer Paper, Candy, or Modeling Chocolate
Dry times per layer of Poppy Paint are as follows:
Poppy Paint - 10-30 seconds
Poppy Paint Pearlescents - 30-60 seconds
Poppy Paint Super Shine - 5-10 minutes
Note: The range accounts for temperature and humidity.
These poppy paints hydrophobic, i.e. do not set on wet surface. Avoid using them on porous surfaces prepared out of the following items: Gelatin, Whipped Cream, or Buttercream. The alcohol will absorb into the confection.
General Practice for the Best Outcome
SHAKE WELL: Mix your paint well before using it. In most of the color containers, the paint settles down to the bottom, and the separation between viscous and liquid is clearly visible except in the case of white and black ones where it’s hard to notice even though it exists.
Shake vigorously until the color appears uniform from top to bottom. For colors like black and white where you cannot see the separation, shake even longer than the others just to be sure.
TIP: If the shaking fails to loosen the sediment, which you likely to witness in case the paint has set for a long time, you need to loosen the sediment before shaking. For this, apply gently pressure to the bottom and squeeze the bottle.