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Stazon All Purpose Cleaner Spray


Stazon All Purpose Cleaner Spray

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Easy clean for stamps! This acid-free cleaner from our friends at Staz-On gets all your stamps as clean as new. It’s specially formulated to clean and condition your stamps after use with StazOn ink, and prevents the stamp stains that can occur. Works on rubber stamps and acrylic. Simply spray on, then tap or rub to remove the ink.

Part number: 4002732

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Customer comments

Comment I love the way the spray cleaner gets into the grooves of the stamp. I just use a paper towel after I spray on the cleaner, and dab it and the stamp is clean. Even the grooves get clean. Love it!
Submitted Friday, April 5th @ 11:23 AM

Comment I have been using the dabber Stazon cleaner for a while now and after using the spray on some of my stamps I was totally surprised at how much cleaner they are because the spray gets into the tiny grooves! Thank you!
Submitted Wednesday, February 6th @ 12:44 PM

Comment Love, love, love this cleaner. All my Scrappin' Poss buddies use it as well. We find it to be one of the better cleaners.
Submitted Friday, June 29th @ 05:28 AM

Comment I loved this spray cleaner product! It saved my clear stamping pad, & looks new!!
Submitted Monday, May 10th @ 06:17 AM

Comment Works great!
Submitted Tuesday, May 4th @ 02:33 PM

Comment Stazon cleaner is the best way to clean your acrylic stamps after using th stazon ink pads. This ink is not like to other ink pads, so you need to use the stazon cleaner. The spay cleaner is the best way to go, as it get into the grooves of the stamps.
Submitted Monday, March 22nd @ 06:30 AM

Comment This is great. I like that the spray gets into the tiny hard to reach places. I also have the dabber clearner and the dabber wore out. So the spray unit is a better unit.
Thanks, Pat
Submitted Tuesday, February 2nd @ 08:07 AM