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Old 06-10-2006, 04:01 PM   #1  
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A while back Keri posted about an awesome stamp cleaner, Ultra Clean. I had to try it, so I purchased some online. Well, only tonight have I used it for the first time. Okay, it cleaned the rubber stamps that I was using with classic ink great ... but then ... I took out a stamp stained with black Stazon (which I cleaned and cleaned and cleaned before Christmas with Stazon remover) and it was still stained. Anyway, I used this Ultra Clean and my previously stained stamp looks new again! Thanks for the tip Keri, and like I said, all I can say is WOW, this stuff is absolutely amazing!
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Adn the best thing about this cleaner is you barely need any! No need to spritz all the time.
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Where is the best place to buy this stamp cleaner?

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what website can I buy this on.I stupidly used stazeon on my brayer,wasn't thinking about the ink I was using at the time and after I inked it up with the stazeon ink I realized it was too late.and now thinking I might have to buy another roller for my stazeon ink.

If this is that good I will need to buy some hopefully it will clean off my brayer.since I used dark colors on my brayer.I'm so pissed off at myself for doing this I always made sure I cleaned my brayer right away to avoid this since I hate staining.and then I do this dumb thing.
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Yes, do tell where we can purchase this miracle cleaner!!! I received some stamps from a trade and they are HORRIBLY stained...... I would love to see if this stuff works!
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Yes, do tell where we can purchase this miracle cleaner!!! I received some stamps from a trade and they are HORRIBLY stained...... I would love to see if this stuff works!
www.inkyantics.com

Beware...you will see lots of other things that you will want to have!! lol!!!
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I bought mine on ebay ... I can find the link if anyone wants it, I'm sure. Otherwise, just search "ultra clean stamp cleaner". It is awesome!
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I agree...it is awesome... It cleaned stamps I had tried everything on (except of course Ultra Clean).
ordered mine from inkyantics.
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I got mine on Ebay too. One other cool thing about it - it keeps your Stamp'n'Scrub damb for DAYS! I spritzed about 2 spritzes about a week ago and I can *still* clean black-inked stamps with it!

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It truly is an amazing cleaner - I posted a before and after picture on my blog of an abused stamp that I had used anything and everything to try and clean it and voila - ULTRA CLEAN Nothing like it in comparison!
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I bought this cleaner at Archiver's this week.
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I wonder if this is the same cleaner by Judi Kins because that stuff cleans anything off. It comes in a rub on dauber bottle. It's Fabric & Permanent Ink Cleaner CLF001.
I had a shadow stamp I got used that wouldn't stamp a clear image, cleaned it with this stuff and it's been fine since. Takes off any ink right down to clear rubber again. Fabulous! And I feel I wasted my money on StazOn cleaner.
I know lots of companies just get their name put on a product but it's made by the same manufacturer.
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Laura was right! I found Gamsol, blending stumps, cleaner and these really cool acrylic cubes so you can put several stamps on one at a time on each side!
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Thank you for sharing this! I am heading to Inkyantics or Ebay right now!
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Have just searched eBay for "ultra clean stamp cleaner" but did not find anything. Are there any other keywords to look for?

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Just look for "Ultra Clean". Or try "Superior Ultra Clean"; it's made by Stewart Superior.

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I got mine on Ebay too. One other cool thing about it - it keeps your Stamp'n'Scrub damb for DAYS! I spritzed about 2 spritzes about a week ago and I can *still* clean black-inked stamps with it!

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So that explains why it only comes in small bottles! I was put-off on ordering because I couldn't find larger volume refills.
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Wow - You got my attention! Especially after seeing EllenH before & after pics! Thank you Ellen!

I just ordered the ultra clean from Inky Antics (along with the stardust glitter pens 2-pak)!~!! Sure hope it's fast. Can't wait to get it.

And thank you Julie, for getting this started on earlier thread!
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I bought mine from Inky Antics last Thursday at the Great American Scrapbook Convention in Arlington, TX. I had heard this and asked the IA lady and she verified.....this cleaner, while soooo awesome, will also take off your nail polish! Now, where are my gloves?!!
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I should also add that if the image of your stamp is printed on the wood block it can also remove that So be certain to keep it on the rubber side. A girl's gotta wonder what is in that stuff, but I'm loving the fact that my stamps are CLEAN!
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I should also add that if the image of your stamp is printed on the wood block it can also remove that So be certain to keep it on the rubber side. A girl's gotta wonder what is in that stuff, but I'm loving the fact that my stamps are CLEAN!
I know that when I use the Judi Kins cleaner I go wash my hands right away or I touch my skin and it burns but I have sensitive skin. It does have a chemical smell to it but wow do I like clean stamps!

So does the Ultra Clean have a chemical smell? So far I like what I've read about it here.
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I do not notice any chemical smell with the Ultra Clean.

Oh, and I checked on ebay, the person who I bought it from does not have any listed right now.
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I know that when I use the Judi Kins cleaner I go wash my hands right away or I touch my skin and it burns but I have sensitive skin. It does have a chemical smell to it but wow do I like clean stamps!

So does the Ultra Clean have a chemical smell? So far I like what I've read about it here.
Before discovering Ultra Clean, I used JudiKins and loved it; however, it is solvent based, and it does caution you to work in a well-ventilated area--it is pretty powerful in odor, and it was disturbing, if I didn't have proper ventilation going on (the odor would cause a head ache, etc.)

I am very sensitive to bleach fumes, and also have sensitive skin that reacts to certain perfume or other chemical agents in hair and cosmetic products. Ugh--in fact it's taken me 2 weeks to get rid of a terrible facial rash I broke out in from a hair product my mother gifted me with . . . awful.

But, so far, with Ultra Clean, other than the faint scent of WD40, NO PROBLEMS, no sensitivity issues, etc.!!!
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Julie try this with the bleach, put it on the paper towel or whatever and let it dry out, away from your smelling distance. Then mist it again and it will work the same way.
If I remember correctly it worked again only once for me but it had no smell. I can't handle the smell and it actually hurts my air ways.

I'm lucky that I can use anything with a smell in the spare bathroom and shut the door and open the window, even in winter I do this.

Ultra Clean sounds safer!
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I just bought two. I can't wait for mine to come, and get some
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UPDATE!!! Just received mine (Ultra Clean) in mail and it is every bit as good as above people were saying!!! Wonderful stuff! Can't wait to clean ALL my stamps, I did a few of my worst ones And they all came clean!

Thank you everyone. It'll be so much nicer to clean my stamps and really have them be 'clean' I hated cleaning them and still having them stained.

Ya gotta get this stuff!
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I found the Ultra Clean at Archiver's yesterday and purchased a bottle! WOW!!! Never going back...never ever.
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Piping in, too - this stuff is *unbelievable*.

I bought mine on Ebay - SO glad I bought 2 - it cleans EVERY old stain off of every stamp I've tried it on - they all look brand new....
Stampin' Scrub stays damp for DAYS... seriously.

LOVE IT~ The best thing I've bought in a long time - WAY surpassed my expectations.
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I should also add that if the image of your stamp is printed on the wood block it can also remove that So be certain to keep it on the rubber side. A girl's gotta wonder what is in that stuff, but I'm loving the fact that my stamps are CLEAN!
Do be careful, it took my nail polish off.....and my stamps are so clean!!
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Just received my order of Ultra Clean Stamp Cleaner, and yes, WOW is the word! This stuff is fantastic, so glad I ordered two bottles. Thanks to all you lovely ladies for the recommendation.
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I ordered this and am anxiously awaiting its arrival! I have a Noble Deer stamp that has Staz-on on it. I'm hoping to get it sparkling clean!
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I bought some from Inky Antics as well and it IS awesome. Old stained stamps are a thing of the past. It does have a funny feel to it if you get it on your skin but I am chemically sensitive and haven't had a problem with its smell or touching it. I do wash my hands fairly quickly after using though.
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