If your die has poke holes you can try these but sometimes, the poke holes are too small.
There are 2 solutions:
- adhere ejection foam to your die which may need to be replaced over time. If you don't know what this is, it a white thin foam with an adhesive backing and is found on some Lifestyle Crafts, Quickutz dies. It helps your die cut eject from the steel die easily.
- the alternative is to spray your die with furniture polish, wipe it completely clean then run it through your table top machine.
I tested this and sure enough the die cut popped right out. What a great money saving tip!
You may need to repeat the process every now and then but this depends on how often you use the die.
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