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I use the powder for baby bottoms and the shaker bottle. it absorbs the paper dampness during the monsoon and during dry times it soaks up most the ink when my humble pen burps.

 

Nice to see photos of those fancy things. Does your brothers buy them for you?

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I use the powder for baby bottoms and the shaker bottle. it absorbs the paper dampness during the monsoon and during dry times it soaks up most the ink when my humble pen burps.

 

Nice to see photos of those fancy things. Does your brothers buy them for you?

 

 

Pat,

 

Do you mean just regular Johnson and Johnson Baby powder? Or are you talking about talc?

 

Hmm....couldn't one just use a fancy sugar caster or salt shaker for a pounce pot? Or would that not work?

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Hmm....couldn't one just use a fancy sugar caster or salt shaker for a pounce pot? Or would that not work?

I would think that a salt shaker would work. The pounce pots I've seen are like a salt shakers only with a concave top designed so that you could easily put back your leftover pounce.

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Recently (about a year ago) I acquired a Staedtler Mars Dry Cleaning Pad Non-Abrasive. That is a bag filled with dry gum eraser. Use it often to clean up erasures and restore the surface of a paper before inking.

 

After inking, a bit of fine "sand" used to be shaken over a document to absorb and help dry the ink. Not sure what the sand was made of. But talc and gum sandarac seem to be good candidates for that.

 

Enjoy,

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Randal

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