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Old 08-06-2004, 10:00 AM   #1
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I can't find the thread on this. Can anyone re-post how to do this.
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Here ya go:
http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...blender+refill
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Old 08-06-2004, 10:03 AM   #3
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Sorry - meant to post this and not the link:

Britta (camsmom) posted this:
This is info I pulled off the SU demo webboard. After reading many posts, they also said it will not last as long as the original blender pens, but would do in a pinch. Hope this helps!

There are a few different recipes out there; they're all pretty much the same.
-1 oz. glycerin
-2 oz. distilled water
-3/4 tsp. rubbing alcohol

OR
-2 tablespoons + 2 tsp. glycerin
-5 tablespooms water
-1 tsp. rubbing alcohol.

Gently pull the tips out the the pen (both ends). Soak the tips in the fluid. (Some say to soak them overnight; others say for a few hours. It may depend on how dry they are.) Gently push one tip back into the marker. Now place a few drops of the fluid into the pen (an eyedropper is helpful for this step). Gently put the other tip back in, and you're ready to blend!
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