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cleaning rubber wood mounted stamps

Posted by tennesseemom (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 5, 07 at 7:26

What do you use to clean off your wooden mounted stamps??


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RE: cleaning rubber wood mounted stamps

I just use a mild soap and water. It has always worked well and does not leave a build up. There is a spray you can get at most craft stores but when I used it, it left a build up over time and seemed to dry out the rubber. Let your stamps air dry or use a lint free cloth if you want to use right away. Hope this helps...

RE: cleaning rubber wood mounted stamps

it didnt work, need something stronger.

RE: cleaning rubber wood mounted stamps

You can try a little nail polish remover on a q-tip to clean the stamp part but be careful not to get it on the wood and make sure that once cleaned, you use the mild soap and water to get any of the excess polish remover off. I have had to do it that way when I did not clean the stamps right away and they came clean...Let me know how it works!

RE: cleaning rubber wood mounted stamps

Someone said window cleaner will work, but I would try it without the ammonia.

RE: cleaning rubber wood mounted stamps

Baby wipes work great.

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