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Replace the Ink Pad for Easy Imprinting Jobs

Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

Self inking stamps have captured the entire market. People who were tired of inking the stamps with ink pads again and again are shifting to self ink stamps. These are easy to use and can also replace the ink pads for making an impression on many documents. These are not only in use for official purposes but also for the notary department.

The main reason of using these self inking stamps by a notary public is that they don’t require stamps to be inked again and again for stamping purposes. They have a very special mechanism in which the ink pad is already inbuilt in the stamp. When pressure is applied on the stamp, the depressed areas are inked with the ink pad installed in it thus leaving a fine impression on the paper. The stamp is rolled back to it original position after performing its job. (more…)