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Old 07-04-2014, 08:06 PM
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Has any one tried the new Spellbinders multi tool with the brush at the end for cutting die clean up? I was wondering how well it worked at cleaning up all those intricate pieces from dies like the PW love heart or fancy frames. Love to hear from anyone who used it.
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Old 07-04-2014, 09:31 PM
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I've got one and it does actually work pretty well!
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I got one in my order last week and have not stopped using it! Wayyyyy faster than the old method for cleaning out the dies.
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Splitcoast Stampers has a review. Some people who commented liked it and some didn't. The usual mix. I haven't tried it, didn't even know there was such a tool !
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I got one too and love it.
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I bought one but have not tried it out yet
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I like mine---saves so much time when you are using the intricate dies.
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I got the QuickStick tool as soon as it came out too, but that I just never took to. This Spellbinders tool is very handy! Substantial enough I have not yet misplaced it too! A bonus in my really messy workspace right now.
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I got that Quick stick tool too. It comes in handy when you are adding many tiny things down like pearls, buttons, or rhinestones. I guess I only use the sticky part when I need something like that...which is not very often. But it is handy when it's handy!
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By the way I saw a video the other day on this tool and they suggested that you hold the piece you are removing the pieces from in your palm with your fingers supporting the piece - they said that if you hold it on the side, that sometimes the paper will release from the die on one side and it's harder to remove all the pieces of a really intricate die, but if you hold it with your fingers splayed out it will stay in place better and you can get all the pieces out easily. Just a tip to pass along...
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