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Old 04-12-2012, 09:53 AM   #1
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Default How to get the Studio G clear stamps to stick?

so I'm on a mission to organize.. and I am now trying to put my Studio G stamps in the same way I have my other $1 stamps and I took one of them out to stick on my laminated folder like I have done here .. see #5 for pics and it wont stick to my folder AND now I cant get it stick back on its sheet it came on.

Any suggestions without cutting each image and putting Aileens on them. I just want to peel & put them away.
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so I'm on a mission to organize.. and I am now trying to put my Studio G stamps in the same way I have my other $1 stamps and I took one of them out to stick on my laminated folder like I have done here .. see #5 for pics and it wont stick to my folder AND now I cant get it stick back on its sheet it came on.

Any suggestions without cutting each image and putting Aileens on them. I just want to peel & put them away.
I have quite a few of the Studio G clear stamps. Sometimes they do seem to "lose their sticky" when I'm trying to use them on the acrylic block to stamp on. When that happens, I just moisten the back of the stamp a little, and then it sticks just fine. It reminds me of those clear little suction cups - you sometimes have to moisten them to get them to stick on a mirror or a window. Maybe they just get a little dried out. Anyway, the little bit of water seems to help.
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It could be that they have dust or lint on them. You could try rinsing them off with water and letting them air dry. I have a lot of the little Studio G clear stamps and this is what I do if I find they're losing their stickiness.
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I've revitalized the adhesive/tacky quality of clear stamps by washing them with a drop of liquid dish soap & water in my hands at the sink. I would think that liquid hand soap should do the same thing.
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If you use any kind of soap on your stamp to wash off any lint, oils, etc., use the original blue Dawn. Do not use anything that has moisturizer or that is anti-bacterial. Wash and rinse well then while still wet, place back on the sheet and allow to dry.
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