Self inking rubber stamps are one of the best kind of customised rubber stamps anyone could own. Travel-friendly, durable and convenient, this personalised company stamp is ideal when it comes to users who require it for heavy stamping on a daily basis. However, there comes a time where even self inking rubber stamps need re-inking to prevent it from running dry. Here are some ways you can re-ink your customised rubber stamps:
Take a look at your self inking rubber stamps- are they the type of rubber stamps that are structured with clasps on the side? If they are, these customised rubber stamps can usually be locked into place while users re-ink. Using an even surface, turn your self inking rubber stamp upside down to reveal the ink pad section. Rely on the clasps on the side of your self inking rubber stamps to fix it in place. Now you can use your rubber stamp ink and apply the required amount. Certain stamps only require up to 10 or 20 drops of the rubber stamp ink. Apply accurately depending on how much is required. Once you are done, release the clasps and set the self inking rubber stamps aside so that the ink has time to spread.
If your self inking rubber stamps do not have clasps, you can usually remove the ink pad section for reinking. Push down on the handle of your self inking rubber stamps to reveal the ink pad section once more. Slowly but firmly remove the ink pad from the section and lay it on an even surface. Once this is achieved, you can proceed to re-ink the rubber stamp portion as evenly as possible. Allow some time for the ink to be fully absorbed. Gently ease the ink pad slot back into place and allow it to sit for a few hours.
To check to see if you have successfully re-inked your self inking rubber stamps, apply it to clear paper to take a look at the result. If you are successful in your attempts, your rubber stamp image should be sharp with details that can be seen clearly.