Sunday, June 28, 2009

Embosser Care Tip:

Since it seems to be made entirely of metal an embosser does not seem like a tool which will be harmed by the summer heat in a parked and locked car, however, that is not the case. The imprinting plate of the embosser is attached by the use of glue. Leaving an embosser in a place where it will be subjected to heat can melt and loosen the glue and cause the embosser’s imprinting plate to slip around a bit rendering it useless. Do not expose your embosser to the excessive sunlight or heat.

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1 comment:

  1. Hi.. this is a very informative and helpful. makes sense not to expose the embosser to heat and light..

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