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Gina K Designs – Tidy Towel


Parchment Down Under are pleased to be stocking the New and Improved Tidy Towel by Gina K. Designs.

This lint-free towel can be used to clean your stamps, acrylic blocks and surfaces. The Tidy Towel can stain, but once it’s rinsed by running it under warm water, it will clean like new. Its slightly textured material will help scrub ink and residue out of the fine detail in your stamps. Safe for both photopolymer and rubber stamps.

Safe to use with Gina K. Designs stamp cleaner. Spray a small amount of stamp cleaner on the stamp and scrub with the Tidy Towel.

Store the Tidy Towel overnight in a plastic bag to keep it damp. If you will not be using it for a while, allow it to dry out completely.
You can reactivate it by soaking it in warm water until it’s fully saturated.

First-time use
Soak in warm water until fully saturated. Store damp.
If the Tidy Towel is left out, it will completely harden. Just soak it in warm water to reactivate it. Clean with water.

***PLEASE NOTE- The Tidy Towel will last a long time; however, you can expect some wear and tear as you scrub your stamps. Rubber stamps are harder on the towel than clear stamps, and stamps with lots of detail can cause tiny tears. The towel will continue to be usable even with small tears.

SKU: GK-54550 Categories: ,

In stock

Product Total: $12.75

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