I teach third grade and my kiddos are all about scented things. I have markers, crayons, and stickers of all fragrances. Even after fifteen years, I’m still surprised what a kiddo will do for a smelly sticker. It’s great. I have some scented ink pads. As I’m checking work this morning, I’m noticing that the pad is a bit dried out. Can I use something to refresh the ink and hopefully not destroy the scent? I have some distress ink refresh spray at home. Will that work on regular dye ink pads?
Have you looked online to see if the company that makes those ink pads has the scented refills for them?
Other than that, I am not sure. Most scented pads have very specific scents. I guess you could try washing the ink pad to eliminate what remaining scent it has, add an essential oil, then use a regular ink refill for the color, and see if that works. I would suggest something like lavender essential oil. Or peppermint.
Another option might be food flavorings, like they use for candy making. If the flavorings are an alcohol base, use an alcohol ink refill, or they are not likely to work well together.
I am an adult and I will be a good girl to get a scented sticker, lol. I still have mine from grade school and they still smell.
Please don't laugh but do you think Scento's marker's might refresh it? Drain the ink out of the marker and try to refresh the pad. One of my girlfriends uses Scento's markers on her stamps. Crayola is making the Silly Scents line. They smell so good. A package ended up in my cart this Fall.