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Topic: 2 part epoxy for a cake stand?  (Read 532 times)
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« on: March 31, 2009 07:04:19 AM »


I made a cake stand a few weeks ago out of old china and glasswear, and have been using it to display my jewellery on. My mum was very impressed by it and asked if I could make one for my grandma, to use as an actual cake stand. The glue i used was a 2 part epoxy and, as far as I can remember (I threw out the packaging...) said not to use it around food. My mum reckons that it just means whilst it's drying, but I'm a little paranoid about poisoning my grandparents! Any insights?



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« Reply #1 on: April 02, 2009 06:05:50 AM »

I wouldn't use it on any part of the thing that food would come in contact with.  But I'm paranoid.  However, I don't think that discounts using it at all.  In other words, I'd use it, as long as it didn't end up on the top where the cake's meant to go.

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