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    • 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
      Sponge
      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.
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      Comments 7 Comments
      1. cptroxy61's Avatar
        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
        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
        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
        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
        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
        Where would I buy glycerin?
      1. Dee60NZ's Avatar
        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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