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How do you remove ink from paper?

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Maybe its a stupid question, but I have a sheet with a lot of important details and I can't afford to deface the sheet. However, there is a huge mistake which takes up about the space of this...C....how can i remove this? URGENT!!

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Phi for All    4771

I'd take the paper to your local library. They might have something they use to remove pen marks from books.

 

How do we know you're not trying to change the recipient on a check, or improve a test score?

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Skye    143
Maybe its a stupid question, but I have a sheet with a lot of important details and I can't afford to deface the sheet. However, there is a huge mistake which takes up about the space of this...C....how can i remove this? URGENT!!

LMAO

 

What was the C for?

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Its a complicated worded diagram regaring a family tree. It could be B for all I care. Does anyone know anything about this, I have to send this only copy back to Nigeria today. I'm only 17 and my family will be very disapointed in me!

 

HELP!

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Phi for All    4771

Here's a link to a former discussion on the subject. You don't say what color the paper is. Be carefule whatever you use doesn't harm the paper or discolor it.

 

Btw, might be a good idea to make a copy of this document.

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YT2095    591

Hair Spray or Brake fluid works on many inks, but it MAY affect the surrounding text, it would be good advice to do a test sample 1`st :)

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YT2095    591
Domestos!

nice try, but in many instances a chlorox based bleach will make it worse, and it`ll turn from a blue/black to a deep orange brown or green (ink dependant).

as well as weaken the paper :(

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Hmm...my mother is really acting up to me. I ruined the original!...I might give these a shot. A friend mentioned acetone?...the paper colour is white.

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