I *think* the Amazing Clear cast is supposed to be food safe (I might be saying the wrong one) but I'm not sure I'd use it on a serving platter on the side that comes in contact with food. If I'm not mistaken, they're usually used for covering tabletops so I'm not sure how they'd be for a platter.
If I was going to paint on a platter, what I'd do is get a glass/clear one and paint the reverse image on the bottom then use the resin on the bottom over top of the paint so that it doesn't come in contact with food. When I paint my glasses (to sell), I just paint on the outside of the glass and about an inch from the top so that the paint doesn't come in contact with food or skin.
Post by carol - Alumilite Corp on Sept 28, 2018 6:29:26 GMT -5
Notoes and Catspraise,
Good Morning, oh yes and it is a Friday morning even better! ;-)
It is FDA compliant IF... it is measured (1:1 by volume exactly) if it is completely blended/mixed so all chemicals cross link becoming inert, left for a complete 7 day cure schedule before using, then washed with warm NOT hot mild soap and water. It is NOT recommended for hot food or drink, no dishwasher, no microwave. It is not recommended for outdoor use in high heat. There is a technical data sheet right next to the products on the website with more information and the FDA compliancy number.
The Alumilite Clear's or any of the other resins that we have (at this time) are NOT FDA compliant ladies, Amazing Clear Cast is the ONLY one. Have a wonderful weekend to everyone!
If you don't mind, I'm going to jump in on this one. I make custom candy molds and I use both the RC-3 and the Amazing Clear Cast as the castings then pour the Plat 25 over them to make the food grade molds. So yes it can be used in that way just as long as the bakery products are going in the food grade silicone and the Clear is only being used to make the mold cavity shapes.