PME Glaze Spray 100ml

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  • - Only available to UK mainland customers - due to postal restrictions
  • 100 ml spray can
  • For use in all aspects of cake decorating and sugarcraft work
  • Only available to UK based customers
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The edible glaze spray comes in spray can which can be used to shine up cakes, chocolates, cupcakes, sugar flowers, cookies and deserts. The can contains 100ml (3 3/8 oz.) and can always be connected to a PME sprayer for an even coverage and accurate aim, (not included).

Glaze spray for protecting and adding glaze to your creations.

Directions for use: Shake well before use. Spray a thin and uniform layer from a distance of 15-20cm.  Store in a cool place. Avoid over-use. The recommended setting time before consumption is 4 hours. Protect surrounding surface area and perfrorm a test spray before use.  

Keep out of the reach of children. Made in a factory that uses soya lecithin

Ingredients: Ingredients: Glazing Agents: Shellac (E904), Ethyl Alcohol, Propellant.



16 Reviews

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  • 5

    I always make sure I have this. Good for sealing in colours as well as removing the icing sugar stuck on coloured iced cakes

    23rd May 2019
    Elizabeth Searle

  • 5

    Love this product added a real shine to the shoe I made . Looks like patent leather now. . Would definitely recommend this product .

    10th Apr 2019
    Anita Holliday

  • 5
    Pme glaze spray

    Used this spray to secure sugar sprinkles on a cake and it did the job perfectly!

    7th May 2018
    Helen Greenwood

  • 5
    PME glaze sprayer

    This is Ł2.50 less than my local super. Like to use over dusting colour powders, as it seals them.

    7th Apr 2018
    Laurel Ward

  • 1
    Glaze spray

    Glaze does not seem to last long. Also when sprayed and went on my work surface I cannot remove it I have tried hot soapy water, bleach spray etc and it won't come of unless I actually scratch it of murder to remove.

    6th Dec 2016
    Sue O'connor