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Old 04-08-2010, 06:54 PM   #1
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I'm new to using SU stuff. Are the litter daubers that you stick your finger in and ink cleanable?
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Old 04-08-2010, 07:10 PM   #2
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Yes, they are made of foam so you can gently wash them with soap and water.
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Yep - or if you're a Virgo like me, you just buy 48 of them and label em!

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Thanks for your answers. I was going to ask if you really liked them and if they're worth it, but if you have 48 of them that answers my question!
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I only use mine for chalks, but I love them. I don't have 48, I just have about 12. I thump off the remaning chalk and only use them for similar colors (one for light blues, one for pinks, etc).
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I like them better than make-up sponges. I always get a line trying to use the wedges.

I have 3 for each shade/hue (lt. yellow, med, yellow, dark yellow). I store them in a divider box by colors. I don't label them, I just look at the tip to see what color it is. I haven't had any problems with not having an exact color match for each sponge. When blending from one color to the next I get some of the other color on the sponge anyway so a one-to-one relationship is not necessary for me.
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Because I am feeling evil today I thought I might chime in that I get mine at Joanns when they are on sale. My thought is by going cheaper on some things I have more to spend on the other things I can't find anywhere else...like matching inks, papers, and ribbons! Sorry to be so evil....BAWAAAAAHHH!!! (That is my evil laugh, in case it wasn't obvious! )
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I use them all the time to sponge on my nesties...they are awesome. I need to order more...lol
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Because I am feeling evil today I thought I might chime in that I get mine at Joanns when they are on sale. My thought is by going cheaper on some things I have more to spend on the other things I can't find anywhere else...like matching inks, papers, and ribbons! Sorry to be so evil....BAWAAAAAHHH!!! (That is my evil laugh, in case it wasn't obvious! )
I do the same. If you look around online there are quite a few places you can get the daubers way cheaper than SU... and they are exactly the same product.
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