Stampers Anonymous - Tim Holtz - Glitter Duster

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Included in the package is one glitter duster which is used to add glitter to projects. Fill the bottle with dry glitter and add glitter to any liquid adhesive on your project.  Full Description & Details
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Included in the package is one glitter duster which is used to add glitter to projects. Fill the bottle with dry glitter and add glitter to any liquid adhesive on your project.

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    Hello:
    Can you easily clean the glitter duster out so that you can fill it with another colored glitter? If so, how would you go about doing so? Thank you!   By: User (30-Nov-18) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • Hi and thanks for writing with your question! The glitter duster can be cleaned by pouring any leftover glitter back into your original jar or bag, tapping gently on the bottom of the bottle to get as much to come out as possible. Due to the plastic material of the bottle, there will likely be some static electricity that makes a little bit of glittery "residue" stick to the inside of the bottle, but you could still refill it with another color at this point and the old color would probably not really show. However, if you wish, you can also rinse it out with plain water (just the bottle, not the sprayer top) and let it dry thoroughly before refilling with another color glitter, which should eliminate the static electricity and most (if not all) of the old color. By: Stampers Anonymous (03-Dec-18) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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