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BIC Wite-Out Quick Dry Correction Fluid, 20 ml Bottle, White (12-pack)

by BIC |
Item # 675241
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Model # BICWOFQD12WE |

Product Details

About this item

  • Quick-dry white-out correction fluid
  • Goes on fast and dries quickly
  • Covers photocopies, faxes, ink, permanent marker and more
  • Foam-tipped brush allows for precision and for covering up larger errors
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Description

Fixing mistakes is easier than ever with BIC® Wite-Out® Quick Dry Correction Fluid. To use, simply unscrew the cap that has the connected brush. Next, make sure you have enough of the white-out correction fluid coating the foam tip of the brush and use the foam tip of the brush to delicately cover the mistakes on your material. The brush's foam tip allows you to easily cover larger errors, while still offering you the necessary precision to cover tiny mistakes.

When to Use?

BIC Wite-Out Quick Dry Correction Fluid, White is best used to cover photocopies, faxes, ink, permanent marker and more. Essentially, if you have something that needs to be covered, you can use this BIC correction fluid to cover it. The fluid dries quickly to reduce the amount of time needed for you to wait before you can write over it.

When Was White-Out Correction Fluid Invented?

Wite-Out Correction Fluid was first invented in 1956 by Bette Nesmith Graham. If her name sounds familiar, it might be because she is the mother of famous musician and member of The Monkees, Michael Nesmith. Bette Nesmith Graham spent her days working as a typist, and she constantly encountered petty mistakes that made her have to throw out her paper and type an entirely new document. Nesmith began experimenting in her home kitchen and eventually derived a formula that allowed her to "white-out" any errors on her typed documents and re-type over said errors. Nesmith started handing out bottles of her formula to friends and coworkers. Soon enough, Nesmith had a business on her hands and a highly marketable product. Although typewriters have gone to the wayside due to modern technology, white-out correction fluid is still as convenient as ever before.

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