I have literally searched for hours on this topic. I didn't want to ask in the forum in case it was something that was already covered and didn't happen to see it.
So here's my minor misfortune... I keep my embossing powder in those little sandwich plastic storage things, as I only have 5 embossing powders.I never use embossing powders simultaneously. If I work on another project after that one, the lid is always closed to the powder that was used before. I've been so careful, but I now have specks of black embossing powder in my clear and white embossing powders. There's no picking the black specks out. Do you think that there was maybe some stray embossing powder on my hands even though I check and have a old t-shirt I use for crafting? I don't use a plastic spoon and just use the lid and container that came with it as it fits into the sandwich container because it's big enough. Would I have the same problem if I used a plastic spoon? I want to be as specific as possible.
Do I have to throw it out? I hate wasting things, especially this, because a little goes a long way, you know?