Username Post: Removing Ink and is there a way to get rid of rubons incorrectly placed?        (Topic#1562679)
km37 
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  • km37 on 08-10-11 07:08 PM

2 things,

Is there an 'easy' way to get rid of ink on my hands from stamping? I am from Australia so it needs to be something I can get readily from Australia.

ALSO, sometimes I have incorrectly placed a rubon on my page (with practice I am sure this will happen less) and I've had to cover it up with an embellishment or even a photo. Is there a way that you can remove the rubon if you get to it 'quickly' ???? Any success??


 
Luvmyfam
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In response to km37

Sometimes shampoo will help remove ink. No clue on the rubons, but good question!


 
Nancy Keslin
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In response to Luvmyfam

sunscreen or hand sanitizer will remove sharpie, so I would think they would remove many inks from hands. I recently purchased this Craft Scrubbie, works like a charm.



 
SuperAllyFan
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In response to Nancy Keslin

Rubons can be moved with a gummy eraser. I've done it loads of times. I can't find one in the superstore, but they are a golden yellow colour, have a bobbly surface and feel like rubber.



 
ncyankee
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In response to SuperAllyFan

Ink -- scrub scrub scrub. Of course it's a badge of honor to have ink stained hands.

rubons -- I use regular tape. Lightly place it on the rub on -- comes off like magic!


 
NewSnow0518
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In response to ncyankee

What great ideas ladies!!


 
Scrapbook Queen
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In response to NewSnow0518

I also heard that the adhesive eraser works for getting off rub-ons, haven't tried it yet though.


 
GMFTS
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  • GMFTS on 08-11-11 07:20 AM
In response to Scrapbook Queen

I use the adhesive rubber all the time to get rubons off especially on a photo.
Ink of hands - I sometimes use nail polish remover but it really dries out my skin.
Anyway as Eileen said it's a badge of honor to have ink stained hands.



 
MisasMom
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In response to GMFTS

I have used rubbing alcohol to get ink off my hands. Not sure about the rub-ons though.


 
ChansGram
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  • SuperAllyFan Said:
Rubons can be moved with a gummy eraser. I've done it loads of times. I can't find one in the superstore, but they are a golden yellow colour, have a bobbly surface and feel like rubber.





Xyron makes one, ( Xyron adhesive eraser) couldn't find it in the super store either. I also have another brand but for the life of me, can't think of the name.
But they both work great!


 
Bxr-Linda
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In response to ChansGram

I've used an eraser to remove rubons. I have this one, which works well, and another one that's more rough (I think it's the one by Xyron).
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Bxr-Linda
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The other one I have is this one:





 
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