How to Remove Correction Fluid from Paper?


This is a hard thing to do because the correction fluid is designed to cover up ink on paper. However a tip is to take a nickle and gently rub the correction fluid that is on the paper until it is gone. Keep in mind that doing this may damage the paper as paper is very fragile.
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You cannot remove correction fluid from paper. You will have to write, or type, over it. Correction fluid is not meant to be removed for security reasons.
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It was invented by Bette Nesmith Graham in 1951 and originally called Mistake Out. Graham was a typist who developed a type of white tempera paint to cover up her mistakes. (Source:
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Stumped me. If I had to take an educated guess, I would say to correct any errors that you made on paper.
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