2022-07-25 (M) Distorted Mansion Stamp reprint and cleaning

I looked at YouTube to figure out the best way to clean laser-cut rubber stamps, and air pressure seemed the best option. I used canned air for quick cleans while the laser worked, but that would get wasteful. I shopped for light-duty air compressors, but that was expensive. As an inexpensive trial, I bought some brushes that lock into a 1/4" hex connector. They did an excellent job of dislodging the debris.
Removing soot

I'm pretty happy with the product. I want an air assist for the laser cutter, which should improve results and let me cut deeper. Right now, I have to cut the stamps apart with scissors, but it would be nice if they separated with less struggle.
Close-up of stamp faces

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