Tipp-Ex Shake'n Squeeze Correction Pen – Pack of 1 - Quick-Drying with Soft, Squeezable Barrel (8 ml)
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However, it is still possible to see that the product has been used, and also the original content if the paper is held up to a light. Earlier, in 1951, Bette Nesmith Graham invented the first correction fluid in her kitchen and began marketing the product in 1956 as Mistake Out.
Our selection includes pen choices used nationally by schools with easy grip and smooth nibs - perfect for small hands and developing writing. 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.Tipp-Ex is a brand of correction fluid and other related products that is popular throughout Europe.
Our exciting WHSmith range encompasses thousands of styles and pen types so you need never be without one again. The range was extended to erasers, and in 2000, the new foam applicator was adapted to all the correction fluid bottles.trichloroethane is also an ' ozone depleter', being one of the substances responsible for causing damage to the Earth's ozone layer. If the contents of a Tipp-Ex bottle have been exposed to too much air (for example, if the cap has been unscrewed too long or if the bottle is half-full and there is air filling the space), the fluid becomes thicker, and sometimes even solidifies.
For both reasons, it has not been added to Tipp-Ex since 2000, and it has been replaced by aliphatic hydrocarbons.
For those destined to scribble on every paper surface available, our selection of ballpoint pens, rollerball pens and gel pens are easy to use and beautifully designed. A brush (which was later replaced by a foam applicator) is attached to the cap, so when the bottle is closed, the brush is immersed in the fluid.