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Old 11-14-2012, 02:07 PM   #1
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I have a stamp that has another small stamp mounted on one edge. When I took it out , the stamp on the edge must have been pressed against another stamp, because the foam was compressed in spots. I would have had to remount it, if not for this trick. I took my heat gun, and heated the foam cushion from the side. A little heat, then stop and check. Before I knew it the foam was popped back up and back to normal. Just thought I would share this little trick to fix compressed foam on wood stamps. Actually, it also works on cling stamps to get rid of deep creases in the cling back, or compression.
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Hey that's a great tip! I've had that issue before and didn't know what to do-thanks for sharing
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Thanks for sharing! Great tip!
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Awesome! Never would have thought of using my heat gun! Great tip. Thanks for sharing!
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