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Old 06-04-2018, 02:47 AM   #1
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Default Mixed Colors and Reinking (for Ink Pads)

  • Avoid mixing colors
To keep the brightness and the quality of your ink pad color, avoid mixing other colors with them. Always clean a dirty stamp every after stamping session. In this way, you can prevent the ink to be mixed up that may cause a dirty impression on the paper. Always bear in mind that mixing dark colors to light colors for an ink impression is a big NO, NO!
  • Reinking your stamp pad
As you use your rubber stamp, your pad will soon lose its ink and instead of replacing the pad, just buy an ink bottle and change the ink. Make sure that youíll spread the ink evenly.


Conclusion

Thatís it! These are only three things but these things will inevitably change the lives of your rubber stamps and ink pads, and also your business or any work of art will surely benefit from this.

To sum it all up, before getting your rubber stamp and customising it using a stamp designer, make sure that youíve already set your mind in being responsible on taking care of your stamp and its ink pad to get the best out of your stamp impression. We know that you got this. Happy stamping!
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