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Old 07-08-2014, 02:28 PM
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Nancy - I think I saw the same video and it sold me on getting the tool.

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Well looks like I am really behind the times ! This is an old thread, and you all probably have this already but I just got this tool, and really like !! makes a HUGE difference cleaning out the PW lacey die and diecuts ! Happy with it

http://www.paperwishes.com/products/4008092

Spellbinders tool n one.
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Yippee! Glad you have a new helper!
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I have one and use it all the time.
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I use a straight pin.
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but it takes FOREVER Lee !!! you need to try this tool, at least put it on your wish list for others to get you!
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Lee - This is great especially for the intricate dies such as PW Oval Doily die. It has so many teeny, tiny pieces that it would take forever to poke out. This tools does it in no time at all!
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zip, zip across the little holes - slanting the pin and sweep - no pokey pokey here.
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I've even used a comb (new, not used one!!) in past too - works pretty good actually slanting the same way Lee is describing...I think the Sizzix tool with the magnetic bottom looks like it would work pretty good too - and it's shorter so seems to me would be easiser to handle.

I have the Spellbinders one, but don't like how the 'tool' end of it attaches; invariably that tiny ball bearing flies out when I try to change the tool on that end so I just quit using that end altogether and just the brush end.
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