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Old 08-25-2006, 08:20 AM   #1  
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Can I use Stazon with these clear stamps? I've never had clear stamps and see it says only non-solvent ink on the instructions and Stazon is labeled as a solvent ink. Don't want to ruin my new toys before I' ve even had a chance to play. If Stazon is a no-no is there any waterproof ink (no..my Basic Black IS NOT waterproof), that I can use.
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Old 08-25-2006, 11:24 AM   #2  
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Nope, wouldn't use Staz on since it IS a solvent ink. Maybe if you use regular dye ink and give it a quick spray of acrylic sealer, like Krylon or something similar.
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Nope, wouldn't use Staz on since it IS a solvent ink. Maybe if you use regular dye ink and give it a quick spray of acrylic sealer, like Krylon or something similar.
Thanks Betsy, guess I'll just work the prismas. The WCC really have me spoiled.
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I don't know if Versafine would work with acrylic stamps, I use it all the time with mine! It cleans right off with baby wipes. It is oil-based, rather than solvent-based and it is waterproof.HTH!
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Hmmm, I'm surprised it says non-solvent inks only, I've got lots of acrylic stamps from lots of different companies and use staz-on on them all the time wit no problems.
CTMH says it's ok to use staz-on on their stamps, maybe Inky Antics are made differently?
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