• MYO Stamp Cleaner

    Learn how to make your own money-saving Rubber Stamp Cleaner to keep your rubber stamping supplies clean and ready to use

    1/4 c. Simple Green
    3/4 c. water
    Small plastic container w/ lid ( A travel soap container works awesome)

    Combine the water & cleaner and pour over damp sponge. Swish the dirty stamp over the sponge and then wipe clean.

    Comments 7 Comments
    1. cptroxy61's Avatar
      cptroxy61 -
      I have made this several times in the past -- IT IS ABSO AWESOME!!! I read to make another bath but am having problems find the "Simple Green". Can anybody out there suggest an alternative? I'd be really grateful!!
    1. Liss's Avatar
      Liss -
      You can almost always find Simple Green at Lowes & Home Depot. It's always in the cleaning isle. You can also get it on Amazon.
    1. gogreen24's Avatar
      gogreen24 -
      Why simple Green? Get Clean product BASIC H could work to I have some of that on hand. it is one of Oprah's favorite things!!
      just saying
    1. rizzosw's Avatar
      rizzosw -
      I use baby shampoo in place of the simple green. It is gentle on the stamps, removes ink, and smells good. I also add a couple of teaspoons of glycerine to keep the stamps from drying out.
    1. Kayart's Avatar
      Kayart -
      I just joined Budget 101 and I know I will enjoy it and will save lot's of money and also there are many things I would like to buy but cannot afford to, but now that I have this great resource I will be able to have them!!! Thank you!
    1. Gramshel's Avatar
      Gramshel -
      Where would I buy glycerin?
    1. Dee60NZ's Avatar
      Dee60NZ -
      This recipe is great. I must try it. I have a Stampin Up stamp cleaner gadget but it will be much cheaper to make up this recipe.

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