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Old 07-23-2004, 01:48 PM   #1
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Default Remounting old stamps

The microwave is truely a wonder! Thank you for someone's suggestion about microwaving a few seconds in order to take the rubber off the wood. (Brown is pulling up to my door...My new sets...this will be brief!!!!) My SIL is one of those who tears the rubber appart and mounts them to the wood AS IS!!! AAAAAAAH! Excess rubber galore! She gave me a bunch of old sets and I was able to "fix" them. These sets are from the mid 90's, so I wasn't sure if it would work.

Thank you once again SCS!

Chris R. P.S. She also thought it would be easier if her stamps were in one big 50 gallon rubbermaid! Arrrrgh...she tossed all of the original SU boxes! Oh well, gotta love her.
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