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Old 12-09-2021, 07:49 AM   #41  
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Never would have thought to use my brayer. I usually just use my finger tips but the idea of something with a handle is appealing too. You could exert more pressure with either one. I think one of the ones with the handle may need to be in my Xmas stocking.
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Old 12-09-2021, 08:35 PM   #42  
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Some time ago I recycled my large wooden stamp blocks by making them into presses using felt and fun foam as padding. The work great for applying pressure to stamp platform.
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Some time ago I recycled my large wooden stamp blocks by making them into presses using felt and fun foam as padding. The work great for applying pressure to stamp platform.
Oh! Now there's an idea- I have boxes of wood blocks in the garage!
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As I am looking at the many suggestions here, I'm wondering about the old style sanding block that carpenters use. I remember the one my father had and it already had the felt on the bottom. Going to check and see if my husband has one downstairs.
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I bought one of the round ones, but I prefer the ones I made using the wooden blocks. I use it all the time for sealing adhesive, mono printing, stamp positioners, and acrylic blocks.
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I tried using one of the ones that has a handle and it was not comfortable so like several others have posted, I bought a dry erase board eraser at Dollar Tree (back when it was still $1) and I love it. Works like a charm plus it was super cheap
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