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Old 12-29-2009, 08:36 AM   #1  
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How do you keep the Silicone Rubber Pad from picking up stuff. Mine is covered with glitter, hair, you name it. I keep it in a box after I use it, but my craft table is a breeding ground of stuff. Should I just wipe it with a damp cloth?
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Penny, I use a Bounce dryer sheet to wipe the pad. It works pretty well. I also use it to wipe my Cuttlebug plates, which pick up lots of little paper lint and bits from using the Nesties.
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Thanks! I'll try it. I have lots of Bounce sheets since I used them as "snow" on some Christmas cards.
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have you tried rinsing it off? if its the 'baking sheet' made of silicone, you can clean it with dish soap and warm water. then dry it well and rub a dryer sheet over it.
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I just wash mine in the sink and dry it off. They sure do attract stuff dont they.
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