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Tim Holtz Distress Mini Ink Kits-Kit #4
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- Features the same unique water- based dye ink formula used in the full-size pads but in a convenient stackable pad
- The raised felt makes it easy to use on smaller craft projects and can be re-inked with coordinating Distress Ink Reinkers
- This package contains four 1x1 inch ink pads in four different colors
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That equates to the pads drying out if I don't catch it. I've got many different items in four full super stachels and this is a first.
I was more disappointed with how Ranger handled it. They want me to lay each lid down on a piece of paper with the number written on a piece of paper and photograph it and email it to them...with no answer to what they planned to do after that. I was told " that's what people normally do" by the customer service rep. This is funny because earlier he had said this was a rare problem due to manufacturing and molding problems yet he's talked to a plethora of people who've become pros at reporting defective products - WOW. I was also told I could purchase the cases. Unacceptable. I should not need to buy more products to keep what I already bought useable. Then he suggested I go purchase rubberbands and that worked well also.
I've never needed to "help" any of my craft supplies stay closed before. After checking into this I found this is a widespread problem. For the price of their products I expect the utmost service. I'll look elsewhere for distressing inks in the future as Ranger has made it clear they do not stand behind what they make.
I wonder if Tim Holtz has a personal email, his name is being represented here as well.