Friday, 21 October 2011

Find Out Atbout Friday - Stampin' Scrub & Stampin' Mist

This week’s Find Out About Friday is going to look at something I consider to be one of the basic tools of Stamping. The Stampin’ Scrub and Stampin' Mist.

Stampin' Scrub and Stampin' Mist from Stampin' Up!
This wonderful little black box allows you to keep your stamps in tip top condition, ensuring they are always clean and ready to go.

The sturdy PVC case of the Stampin' Scrub houses two removable black scrubbing pads. To use it you lightly spray the side labelled with rain drops with a little Stampin’ Mist and then gently scrub your dirty stamp on it. Then you rub your stamp on the other dry side (labelled with an umbrella) to remove any leftover moisture and ink and hey presto you are ready to stamp in another colour straight away or to store your stamp ready for the next time you want to use it. Not only will they be clean but the Stampin’ Mist will also ensure they are conditioned to keep them in great condition. It probably took you longer to read this paragraph than it would to clean your stamp!

For the best results stamps should be cleaned this way straight after use and the pad in the Stampin' Scrub should only lightly be dampened with Stampin’ Mist before use. That way you will avoid splattering while scrubbing and leakage when you close the case.

The pads can be removed and cleaned by running them under a tap and then allowing them to air dry.

As well as cleaning your stamps the Stampin' Scrub can also be used to clean the positioning sheet of your Stamp-a-ma-jig. I have also found the Stampin’ Mist is great at removing ink from my hands if I have got particularly inky!

If you don’t already have one I can highly recommend the Stampin’ Scrub and the Stampin’ Mist – it will be the cheapest washer dryer you will ever buy and probably be the one you use most! If you would like to purchase these items please email bekka@feeling-crafty.co.uk

Happy Stampin’
Bekka Prideaux Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

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