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Non-drying stamp cushion

Non-drying stamp cushion

To prepare such a pillow, 30-40 parts of glycerin are taken and saturated with some easily soluble aniline dye, for example, methyl violet . Then 10 parts of wood glue, previously soaked in water for 24 hours, are dissolved in it, and the resulting mass is poured into a tin box. After cooling, the mass is covered with a rare mustache and a pillow is obtained, which will be constantly saturated with paint and sufficiently wet, since glycerin tends to attract moisture from the air. When the surface of the mass is strongly wiped, the pillow can be melted down and reused. If the pillow was not used for a long time and hardened somewhat, then it should be wetted with a few drops of warm water.