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Your Questions Answered: Which Black Ink for Rubber Stamping?


Let's talk about the best black ink to use for rubber stamping.   

One of the most asked questions is "How do I know when to use Memento Tuxedo Black ink and when to use Jet Black Stazon?"

Although I've addressed this question in other videos, here's one devoted to it. 

To clean stamps after using Stazon, use our Stazon Cleaner. Then clean with our Stampin' Mist or Simply Shammy.

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Stencil.shop-nowNow that's you've watched the video on choosing the appropriate black ink, leave a comment with a product or crafting question that you'd like answered!


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