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Old 07-06-2006, 11:27 AM   #1  
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Default Help with Solid Stamps like Oh So Sweet

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I am new to stamping and have Oh So Sweet. I CANNOT get a bright clear image like I see on other card ideas. Please Please help. I have 3 new sets in the new catty that are solid like this that I love but will NOT get unless I can find a better way to get a good image.
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I have heard that if you rub the stamp with a pink eraser that removes the coating. I have not tried this, but I have rubbed stamps on my jeans and it does seem to help. I'm sure you will get many other tips that might do the trick.
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This topic comes up a lot -- every couple of weeks or so. Basically you have to get the mold releaser residue off of your stamps, which can be done in a variety of ways. My preferred method is to take the fine-grain side of an emery board and gently sand the surface in multiple directions (to avoid striations on the stamp), then clean the stamp well using the SU! cleaning mist and scrub pad.
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