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Old 12-27-2012, 11:26 AM   #9
dottiejdavis
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I agree with everyone else about your AC being the problem. I use the scrap paper idea when embossing then pouring back into the jar and I use the plastic containers with the powder in them, too. The only residue I get is as someone else mentioned - a little bit of "dust" that can easily be wiped up. The thing that I can't figure out is the glitter problem. I am almost ready to bag forever using glitter as it just goes everywhere. Even the plastic dish idea doesn't work well as there are so many colors of glitter that I use from time to time, that I don't want mixing up in a common dish with cover. Many dishes are ridiculous to store. Plastic causes electro magnetism so you can never really get all the glitter out anyway. The scrap paper is all I've come up with. Paper is not a conductor of electricity which is the culprit in the case of glitter which is metal.
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