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Disco Dust Colors

Is Disco Dust edible?

Disco Dust is a non-toxic cake decoration, intended for decorative purposes only. It is not FDA approved.

How do I use Disco Dust?

There are many creative ways to use Disco Dust, the most common is to sprinkle it on your icings or sugar cake decor just as you would with craft glitter or sprinkles. Another technique is to us piping gel or an edible glue to adhere the disco dust to your desired areas.

What are the most popular colors of Disco Dust?

The most popular Disco Dust colors are Rainbow, Pixie Dust, Hologram Gold, and Hologram Silver.

How many grams are in a jar of Disco Dust?

There are 5 grams of Disco Dust in each jar.

What do I use to glue the Disco Dust?

Often times water is enough to help glue the Disco Dust to your decor, or Piping Gel is also a great edible glue. Mixing CMC: Fondant Stabilizer with water also makes a great edible glue to adhere Disco Dust.

Is Disco Dust the same as craft glitter?

Disco Dust is not the same as craft glitter from the hobby store. It is a non-toxic dust specially produced for cake decorating.

How do I store my Disco Dust?

Simply store your Disco Dust in a cool and dry place.

What is the difference between Disco Dust and Luster Dust and Petal Dust?

There is a large difference between Disco Dust and Luster Dust/Petal Dust. Disco Dust is made of large particles, similar to craft glitter, which gives off a dramatic and shiny effect. Luster Dust and Petal Dust are fine granulations similar to fine dust used to add a pearl effect or color tone to your cake decor. Luster Dust and Petal dust can also be diluted to be used as a paint. Their uses and results are very different.

Can I put Disco Dust in the Air Brush?

Disco Dust does NOT work with the air brush. The particles are much too large to pass through the airbrush gun.

Can I put Disco Dust in my Caljava Dust Color Pump Brush?

Disco Dust does NOT work with the Caljava Dust Color Pump Brush. The particles are much too large to pass through the Pump Brush.

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