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Old 07-09-2014, 03:39 PM   #1  
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Default Polymer stamp question

Can you use polymer stamps to do the bleach technique?
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can't believe I had the same question on my mind today.....anybody know? thanks
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Haven't yet tried it myself, but I was just watching this tutorial the other day:

Make It Monday #76: Double-Time Bleach Stamping - YouTube

Looks like fun!
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Thanks for the info. It looks like the answer is yes.
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You can use bleach if you rinse the stamps well IMMEDIATELY after you finish. The longer the bleach stays on the stamp, the more likely you are to have damage...
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