Bic Tipp-Ex Pocket Mini Pocket-Mouse Correction Tapes, With 6M-Long of Extra Tear-Resistant Plastic Tape, Pack of 2, White
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We accept all of the major credit and debit cards. Your transactions and personal data will be held in a PCIDSS accredited system using secure encryption technologies. Earlier, in 1951, Bette Nesmith Graham invented the first correction fluid in her kitchen and began marketing the product in 1956 as Mistake Out.  Tipp-Ex GmbH only started to produce white correction fluid in 1965 under the brand Tipp-Ex, but also as C-fluid. With all Tipp-Ex PM models, the front spool was too small to accommodate the used tape. As a result, the tape was knotted at the front next to the spool until winding was no longer possible. Then, during the correction process, the tape is only pulled out at the front, but no longer wound. The device then no longer serves its purpose.
The so freed spool is completely freed from the plastic tape garbage (best to unroll it right away into the garbage can). Find sources: "Tipp-Ex"– news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR ( February 2016) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message) Here at Stapleswe have a large range of Writing Suppliesproducts that will meet all your writing needs no matter where you are. Key Information: Tipp-Ex Soft Grip Correction Tape
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One must write with a ball point pen on top of Tipp-Ex, as a liquid ink pen will smudge. Gel ink will require a few seconds to fully dry, but can be used if no ball point pen is available. [ citation needed] Toxicology [ edit ] The length of this Tipp-Ex correction roller tape is 14 m which means that you can go on and on without worrying about it running out. What’s even better is that this roller is refillable. So you can just swap the old empty roll with a new one and proceed with your work. Tipp-Ex correction paper was invented by Wolfgang Dabisch from Eltville, West Germany, who filed a patent in 1958  on Colored film for the correction of typing errors (German: Tippfehler). He subsequently founded a company of the same name. Shortly after that a Tipp-Ex Sales & Distribution company (Tipp-Ex Vertrieb GmbH & Co. KG) was founded in Frankfurt by Otto Carls. This company still exists under the name of Tipp-Ex GmbH & Co. KG close to Frankfurt.
Tipp-Ex is a brand of correction fluid and other related products that is popular throughout Europe. It was also the name of the German company ( Tipp-Ex GmbH & Co. KG) that produced the products in the Tipp-Ex line. While Tipp-Ex is a trademark name for correction products, in some countries it has become a genericised trademark:  to tippex or to tippex out means to erase, either generally or with correction fluid. The organic solvent 1,1,1-trichloroethane was originally used as a thinner in the product. This solvent is readily absorbed by the lungs via inhalation. It passes readily through the blood–brain barrier and may be lethal following acute exposure.  1,1,1-trichloroethane is also an ' ozone depleter', being one of the substances responsible for causing damage to the Earth's ozone layer.  For both reasons, it has not been added to Tipp-Ex since 2000, and it has been replaced by aliphatic hydrocarbons.  See also [ edit ]
Environment Agency 1,1,1-trichloroethane". Environment Agency. 4 April 2011. Archived from the original on 4 February 2009. To open the housing the red nose has to be opened or pulled off. Remove the top, which is the one with the hole for the screwdriver. The inner workings of the mouse will then appear underneath. At Viking, we are dedicated to ensuring that your shopping experience is always efficient and budget-friendly. That's why we're delighted to extend a free delivery option to our valued customers.