The Paste Scraper was one of those things that I looked at in the catalogue and thought it was something I would never use. I mean, cleaning a design off a board was a pretty simple process before the Paste Scraper. Wet, wait and wipe. How much easier can it get?
I could not have been more wrong!
It is as handy as heck. The Paste Scraper makes removing paste from gallery and boutique surfaces a breeze. Simply spray the board with the Fine Mist Sprayer, let water sit, then scrape.
Not only does it clean up the old design in one pass, it makes clean up – cleaner! The paste gathers on the edge and can be cleaned up with the wipe of a cloth or paper towel. I love it. It is a MUST have if you are changing out your boards seasonally.
There are Designers that use the Paste Scraper with the board dry. It removes the paste and produces dust that you can then tip into the garbage. I am told it is handy when you want to remove part of a design. I have never come upon a reason to remove part of the design and I think using it dry would be hard on the board and the scraper. So I have not tried it.
Whether you use it wet or dry, you can do the final wipe up with a damp cloth or a Board Eraser. The Board Eraser will also remove any ghosting if you have it.
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