How to Clean Rubber Stamps?

Answer Do you have a rubber stamp (or several of them) that are frequently used at work? Try this simple way of cleaning dried ink off the stamps. This will make the stamp impressions clear, and readable.

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Do I need to clean rubber stamps when I change ink color?

To keep your rubber stamps long-lasting, they should be cleaned after each use, especially if using different ink colors. Blot the excess ink on a piece of scratch paper, and then clean the stamp w... Read More »

Can you use rubber stamps on acrylic?

Acrylic and other smooth, non-porous surfaces may be stamped, provided that the ink is solvent-based for permanency. Solvent-based ink will not smear, and adheres evenly on glossy surfaces such as ... Read More »

What are rubber stamps made from?

Most rubber stamps consist of two basic parts: the mount and the image. The mount is usually a square block of wood or plastic with a vertical handle stemming from the center, while the image is ma... Read More »

How to Use Glitter With Rubber Stamps?

Add glitter to ink- and paint-stamped pictures for added decoration. The ink or paint acts like a glue, holding the glitter to the stamped image, while glitter comes in various colors, enabling you... Read More »