If you have moved to a new address, changed your email or phone number, or require a new stamp for another reason, you can reduce costs and cut down on the amount of waste that goes into the landfill by purchasing a new rubber die and ink pad for your self inking stamp.
- Remove the ink pad from the stamp. Details can be found on the page titled Self Inking Stamp Pad Replacement
- Make multiple impressions to remove the ink from the rubber imprint die
- Compress the stamp and set the locking pins
- Remove the old rubber die using a small screwdriver, knife, or similar tool. Make sure the plate is clean and free of any tape residue.
- Remove the paper backing from the new rubber die
- Hold the self inking stamp with the manufactures name facing you. Hold the rubber imprint die with the top up
- Place the sticky backed rubber die onto the stamp plate. Make sure it is centered and straight so you do not have a crooked stamp impression
- Squeeze the stamp to release the locking pins
- Replace the ink pad
- Make an impression on a new index card and place it on your stamp
We have created a short (1:36) video to describe the above steps.