Ice Cube Clear Rectangular Stamper w/ Scraper Card - Smoky Black
This super cute rectangular stamper will bring you perfect design alignment every single time for a way more chill stamping sesh. The crystal clear silicone stamping head and smoked black plastic handle let the light shine through to make picking up designs easier than ever. Its firm, rounded face slightly magnifies your stamp to make details clearer and sharper to view. At 1 inch by 1.5 inches in size, this stamper is the perfect size for long or short nails. When it comes to long-lasting stampers, we've got you covered! We've included a matching colored cap to keep your stamper head clean and lint-free.
A Few Tips:
- Do not prime the clear head. Sanding will cause haziness.
- Use a lint roller or scotch tape to remove polish from stamping heads. Using 100% acetone and other nail polish removers may cause the head to look cloudy.
- Do not over squeeze or pinch the stamping heads as it may cause the heads to tear.
- reverse stamping
- lint roller
I bought 2 stampers from here this was one. The other one i love. This one.... I CANNOT get to pick up anything! I am new to stamping and found this site for a good beginner place. Anf this stamper i cant get it to work at all. My bestie couldnt either. It refuses to pick up. I wish i could find a clear one that actually works.
Can't pick up image
I've tried several techniques to get a good image transfer with this stamper, with very little success thus far. I love the design of this stamper, so I will continue experimenting but it's not currently a favorite.
I like the rectangle better than the circle
So easy to use - especially for beginners! Just make sure you clean it with tape/a lint roller, not acetone.
It's a bit fussy, but it DOES work!
I have seen reviews and complaints all over about these ice cube stampers. So, here's the deal: 1. Do not use acetone on them. It cause them to break down and the instructions clearly say not to use acetone. 2. I clean it with a lint roller. It seems to help pick up, AND I can then use the lint roller image to make sure that what I THINK looks like a bad pick up really is bad. I have thought the images weren't picking up, but when I rolled them off onto the lint roller, the image was actually perfect. 3. Scrape the polish VERY VERY lightly. Use a lint roller to clean off anything on the stamp before you apply it if extra polish get's blobby on there. 4. Stamp straight up and down rather than a rolling motion, and just let the stamp give the plate a quick peck on the cheek. Do not MASH the stamper down at the plate or it won't pick up. Everything need to be light and gentle to get this to work. 5. Work quickly. Especially on fine, thin images, the polish dries fast. If you're poking a long, it won't pick up...not because the stamper has an issue, but because you're letting the polish dry. I use these and the monocle stampers almost exclusively and it's how I correct the most common "issues" with these stampers.
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