Goodbye Static! Anti-Static PadStamping Tools
2.75"X2" - View Complete Details
Product Number: NOTM411137
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Goodbye Static! Anti-Static Pad - US ARTQUEST-Goodbye Static Pad. Take the static out of paper, acetate, fabric and more with this handy little pad. Gently tap it to any surface and then tap, shake, wipe or brush the residue away and you are left with a static-free surface perfect for glittering, embossing and more. Use when scrapbooking, card making, Calligraphy, drafting, drawings, embossing, glittering, sewing and much more. This package contains one 2-3/4x2x3/8in pad in a reusable storage bag. Made in USA.View Product Specs
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