Username Post: Another ink related question        (Topic#1586909)
Vintageivy
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I have Tim Holtz ink pads that I just love! My question is-is it just as inexpensive to purchase a new ink pad when they are starting to dry out or is it more cost effective to buy a refill? What do you do?


 
fknapoleon
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In response to Vintageivy

I don't personally have Tim Holtz pads but I have other pads with reinkers. It's definitely more cost effective to get the reinkers. The one bottle for the pads I use have at least a few applications and would expect Tim Holtz stuff to be the same. If you pull up one of the reinkers and watch the video here, I'm sure it'll tell you how much is used.


 
Vintageivy
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In response to fknapoleon

Thanks for the info.


 
Sneezy1956
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In response to Vintageivy

I have all of the inks and I find it much more cost effective to buy the reinkers especially when I can catch them at Blitsy or one of the other wholesalers ate a great price.


 
Manda_K
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In response to Sneezy1956

I get the refills, in the long run, it is much more cost effective.


 
andrea m
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In response to Manda_K

I would get the refills. you can use them for more than just re inking your ink pads.


 
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