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Thread: Best self healing cutting mat--large????

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    Looks like they are closed for business, Seweasyproducts Sew Easy Products - CLOSED - 1079 3rd Ave, Chula Vista, CA


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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltingcandy View Post
    Also it helps your mat to soak it in water for an hour or so a few times a year. An Olfa Rep told me this at the Road to CA show years back and my mats are in great shape. Like others I do change my blades once I know they are skipping. When I started on the QB people talked about the various sales on blades on the internet and I kept ordering them. Some are rather old now and I need to heat them with a hair dryer to get them apart.
    thanks for that tip of soaking mats. I have Olfa mats and have been happy with them. It is interesting to hear of other brands.

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