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Removing Stamp Pad Ink from Skin

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Permanent ink can be a challenge to remove from your skin. Rubbing alcohol or scrubbing with good old soap and water will work. This is a guide about removing stamp pad ink from skin.
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June 5, 2010

What do you get stamp pad ink off a small child's face and hands with?

By Lynne from Flowery Branch, GA

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June 7, 20101 found this helpful
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I have had the kids get this on them selves. My favorite is nail polish remover. Mr Clean sponge works, plain old finger nail brush and a bar of any bath soap, the hand sanitizer, rubbing in many layers of hand lotion and using an old soft toothbrush. I always tell the kids their pain in cleaning up the mess of themselves is the lesson not to do it again. My granddaughter came with marker all over her arms, the kids wrote their names on themselves on a Friday at school. Needless to say, with church on Sunday, SHE scrubbed her arms till they were clean.

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July 10, 20100 found this helpful
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Rubbing alcohol and a cotton swab. I just watched my doctor do this.

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June 8, 20100 found this helpful

I've never had to do anything more than use a good old fashioned wash cloth and bar of soap to get stamp pad ink off.

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May 6, 20150 found this helpful

I read that lemon juice helps too. I tried it and it does.

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Rubbing alcohol works as does nail polish remover. lol if you cant tell, I like to stamp.

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