Username Post: paint dabber gone hard        (Topic#1501491)
Kitty_wOlf
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what to do about a paint dabber that the paint has hardend up?
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scrappingmommyof2girls
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In response to Kitty_wOlf

I actually just watched a video of Tim himself doing a demonstration and when he started to paint, the paint was really thick. He said you can just add water to it and thin it out since it's a water based product.



 
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In response to scrappingmommyof2girls

If its just the cap that is hard they sell replacement caps .Sorry you did specify paint I just woke up.

cindy


Edited by craftycindy on 04-15-09 03:53 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.


 
Kitty_wOlf
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In response to craftycindy

i'm only aware of one company that keeps paint dabber... Tim Holtz himsellf....


i did'nt really want to add water to it... make's it thinner....... but i guess that will work better then throwing it out.... :-P...


 
Scrappy Nan
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In response to Kitty_wOlf

this is my biggest gripe about the dabbers. i don't like having to buy the top replacements. that's why i just switch to paint in bottles....


 
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