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Old 08-25-2006, 05:26 AM   #1  
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I need to know how to clean the stampin scrub pad. Mine is definitely not getting my stamps clean anymore. Thanks .

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Old 08-25-2006, 05:34 AM   #2  
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Hi Debbie,
I wash mine under running water with my fingers and a little bit of dish soap. Squeegy (I know that is not how you spell it ) and let air dry. I have also rubbed mine with baby wipes until the wipes come clean. This uses a few wipes but REALLY gets the scrub clean when you are in a rush and don't have time for it to dry. Every now and then I'll do the wipes after I wash and dry it, just to give it a good "spring cleaning".

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I've read on here that a lot of people put the pads in the dishwasher, but take them out before the dry cycle so they don't warp. I do the same as Wendi - take them out of the case, wash them by hand and let them dry overnight.
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Christie - I don't even take mine out of the case - too much hassle. The plastic cover won't be harmed in the handwashing and it dries just the same. I hate cleaning ANYTHING so if it can be done faster, all the better!!!
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Thanks so much. Off to clean.

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Wendi...great tip! I'm all for saving time!!
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