The PME airbrush is a special cake airbrush with a unique action. Single-action airbrushes are easier to use (accessible even to beginners), their compressor is very compact and takes up less space, so it is easier to store.
It is all the more special because its bucket is wider than the other airbrushes 7ml against 3 ml in general, but above all: it has a lid! This will prevent you from spilling drops of colouring agents when you use it.
The airbrush is a edible paint gun used by pastry chefs and cake designers to colour cakes, models, flowers.... You can paint part or all of the cake, draw detailed images, add gradient effects to your cakes or flowers, use the stencil technique for more precise contours...
An airbrush works like this: air is sent from the compressor via the hose to the tip of the gun, also called the nozzle. It contains a needle. When you pull the trigger backwards, the edible colouring spreads through the air, which is then injected. The paint is sprayed on your cake.
The amount of dye that is released depends on the force with which the trigger is pressed. The distance at which you hold the gun to the cake is also important: the closer you get, the finer the line will be (so you can write or draw finely), the further away you get, the more diffuse the paint will be (fog) and you will get a gradient effect.
edible airbrush requires the use of specific liquid edible colours for airbrushes, to avoid any clogging effect, unwanted projections or paint deposits. To complete your purchase, we recommend that you also equip yourself with essential accessories, such as special airbrush dyes, special airbrush cleaning liquid, stencils etc.
Cleaning the nozzle is imperative after each use with the airbrush cleaner.
No warranty coverage will be granted in the event of non-compliance with this instruction
Here are some videos of PMEs on this airbrush:
The kit includes: