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Thread: DeColourant color remover..have you used it???

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    I have a collection of this DeColourant stuff and have yet to understand how to use it...

    have any of you used it yet?? what did you use it on?? do you have pix??? what are your thoughts on it??

    http://www.kandicorp.com/decolourant.asp

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    Interesting. . . I'll have to watch to see if anyone else has used them

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    Here is a link for some ideas. My local sewing machine dealer sells this product, and I saw a book about it, but I can't remember the title :cry:

    It looks like fun.

    http://www.kandicorp.com/DischargeHowTo.asp#Stamp

    Edit: Here is the book

    http://www.kandicorp.com/whatsnew.asp

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    I have. It is so much fun.I just played with it some. I used stamps and put on the gel with a brayer. I used batik or regular fabrics. Then you iron the spot and rinse it out. It is really cool. I also tried using stencils. I am not too good with a paintbrush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glassnquilts
    I have. It is so much fun.I just played with it some. I used stamps and put on the gel with a brayer. I used batik or regular fabrics. Then you iron the spot and rinse it out. It is really cool. I also tried using stencils. I am not too good with a paintbrush.
    I have discharged with soft scrub for years..so can not wait to try this stuff...instead of a paint brush, I use those spongy daubers for stenciling...they come in different sizes and work really well...

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