I'm not aware of any companies that make food-grade rubber stamps (except Sweet Stampen, which may not be in business any more, and possibly Wilton). Most of the stamps I use were bought at large craft store chains (Hobby Lobby, Michaels, etc.). I sanitize them before use, but, again, they are not officially food-grade.

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Julia M. Usher posted:

I'm not aware of any companies that make food-grade rubber stamps (except Sweet Stampen, which may not be in business any more, and possibly Wilton). Most of the stamps I use were bought at large craft store chains (Hobby Lobby, Michaels, etc.). I sanitize them before use, but, again, they are not officially food-grade.

Hi @Julia M. Usher. How do you sanitize your stamps?  

pip posted:
Julia M. Usher posted:

I'm not aware of any companies that make food-grade rubber stamps (except Sweet Stampen, which may not be in business any more, and possibly Wilton). Most of the stamps I use were bought at large craft store chains (Hobby Lobby, Michaels, etc.). I sanitize them before use, but, again, they are not officially food-grade.

Hi @Julia M. Usher. How do you sanitize your stamps?  

Sanitize cycle of my dishwasher or in bleach solution of sanitizing concentration.

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