These are some of the different stamp cleaners that I use. I've found that the Kiss-Off is great for cleaning stained rubber stamps when nothing else will get off the grunge. I've not used it on clear or red cling, just on my red rubber mounted on wood. Think it would probably be ok on the red cling, but not sure I'd try on the clear. (But it might be ok- I've just not tried it.). This is a tube - similar to a glue stick. Rub it over the stamp, dampen an old toothbrush- scrub the stamp. Works up a lather, then clean it off. Wipe down with a damp cloth. May need several applications for a seriously stained stamp. Works well for me. I've recently found this product in Hobby Lobby, in the Art Section. I suggested to the craft department manager, that it should also be placed in their stamping section. I purchased mine at a Stamp store. (at H/L, you can use a coupon!) I put the Judikins cleaner in a smaller spray bottle, then spritz the stamp when I've finished, wipe on a dry pad. I've also used this on new stamps - or stamps purchased off eBay, to condition the red rubber. Grandma's cleaner is just spritzed on the stamp or on the cleaning pad, then wipe stamp, clean with a pad dampened with water, dry rubber. The big box stores in the US have this product. (There's a similar product used to clean laundry stains too, which I use, and find it works very well). I also have a spray bottle with water mixed half with Simple Green (an all purpose, strong cleaner) and use that on a folded rag. When I finish stamping, I set the stamp over on that pad until I can clean it. Also having just plain water on a dampened pad, is a good thing to have handy, set the stamp on until you can clean it properly. I usually have an old terry wash cloth, folded, quite damp, in a disposable plastic TV meal tray, & set my stamp onto that until I can clean it. I like to keep my stamps as clean as I can.
The small 'shaving brush' is a Judikins tool, and the stipple brush is from Dreamweavers. I use both these brushes to stipple on color when I don't want to use a sponge or sponge applicator. I find that both of these brushes allow me to add a light touch of color without tearing the paper, which I've done with the sponge applicators. The bottle was ordered from Gina K because I saw a video where she used this bottle with Gamsol. You can put the Gamsol in the bottle; open the top cover, press your applicator on the top surface. There is a wick that will feed a small amount of the Gamsol into a 'well' under this top cover, you wet the applicator, and work on your project. It helps to keep the Gamsol covered when not in use. Also Gamsol needs to be used in a well-ventilated space!
Closer look at the 2 brushes. Sometimes I suds the brushes, but lately, I've just kept a small brush dedicated to a color family, and don't wash them after each use.
I hope this is of some help to you, and if there should be questions, leave a comment, and I'll do my best to answer.
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