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Old 09-30-2006, 07:44 AM   #1  
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Question Got the rubba off the block...now how do I?

Get the rubber off the foam? HELP!
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Old 09-30-2006, 07:45 AM   #2  
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I use undu. I soak the edge of the stamp at one corner, and then pull the corner apart and usually, the foam comes right off the rubber.
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Thanks Terri! I was going to use GooGone to do it, since it won't hurt the rubber, but thought I'd ask if there was another way that people did it! Off to GooGone!!
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I just did this to a whole lot of stamps, lol, so I know the undu doesn't hurt them.
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The easiest way I found was to take an exacto knife and very carefully stick the very tip in just a tad between the rubber and the foam, then try to peel them apart. The best place is on a corner if possible and you can try sawing a tiny bit between the two but you want to make sure it is between and not too much, just enough to break apart the seal between the rubber and foam. If that doesn't work go to another area and repeat. After seperating you may be left with some adhesive on the rubber, but I found that I could rub it off with my thumb. Expect a sore thumb if you do several in a day.
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I just finished unmounted over 200 of my SU stamps and I did not have to microwave, use goo gone, or soak my stamps. I just simply pulled off the corner of the rubber and kept pulling. Some were super easy, some were a little sticky, but they ALL worked this way. Try to keep it simple. When I do my next batch I'll try to upload some pics of what I am talking about.

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