Studio Tools: Plastic Razor Blades and Rubber Squeegees

by Matthew Innis |

Cleaning some palettes without damaging their surfaces can sometimes be difficult, however.  While a glass palette might be relatively easy to clean using a standard widget and razor blade, applying the same tool to a wooden palette might cause significant scrapes and scratches to the palette’s surface.  To avoid this problem . . .

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