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Old 10-06-2005, 01:53 PM   #1  
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Okay, I found the recipe to refill the blender pens on SCS. I was only able to let the tips soak for a few hours (our house is on the market, and I had to clean up on short notice). That was two days ago. I used the pens that night, didn't use them yesterday and then today when I went to use them they felt really dry again. Am I doing something wrong? Do I need to let them soak overnight? Or do I just need knew blender pens?
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Old 02-21-2006, 10:19 PM   #2  
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Default blender pens

HI there...I just found your post from October...can you direct me to the recipe for the blender pen refill?? And did you ever hear from anyone regarding your challenge with it??

I'd like to salvage my old ones, but don't know quite where/how to do it.

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I'd like to know about this too. It seems like someone once told me it had to do with the tiny hole in the side of the pen. I don't have my pen near right now, so I don't even know if this hole exists!
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Lots of info can be found through the site search engine. Here's what came up in a forum search for "blender pen refill":

//www.splitcoaststampers.com/forums/search.php?searchid=1272868
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Here is the Recipe:

1/3 part Glycerin (usually found in pharmacy)
2/3 part Distilled Water (Must be Distilled!)
1/4 tsp. Rubbing Alcohol

Directions:

1. Carefully remove either end of your pen with pliers, using a light twisting motion.

2. Add a few drops of the liquid to thee Pen. More is not better in this instance, as too much liquid will result in a runny mess.

3. Replace the tip.

4. Lay Pen on its side overnight.

This was posted on another forum! HTH
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I LOVE Rich Mullens...what a gift to the Kingdom, tho too short on this earth! thanks for sharing that profound statement....he could not be more right!
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