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The recipe for removing unwanted entries and stamps from paper

The recipe for removing unwanted entries and stamps from paper

To make the liquid, take 70% acetic concentrate (about one teaspoon) and a small amount of potassium permanganate in the crystalline form (at the tip of the knife). Everything mixes up. The liquid is ready to remove the inscription.

Under the sheet from which you want to remove the inscription or blot, put a clean white sheet of paper. Take a brush (the softer it is and thinner than her hair, the better), dip into the prepared liquid and begin to hold this brush on the inscription until it disappears.

At this point, the paper becomes brown. Remove it with a piece of cotton wool soaked in hydrogen peroxide (sold at a pharmacy).

Then the area of ​​the wetted sheet should be ironed with a warm iron. For this, soft matter is underlaid, a clean white sheet of paper is put on it, and a piece of paper on which the inscription is removed is ironed on it. (The surface of the iron should be clean, if not, then put a clean white sheet on top of a wet sheet and iron it).

Note. In this way, the inscription is best removed from thin sheets. For removal from thick, dense sheets it is more expedient to use a sharp match instead of a brush. A small piece of cotton wool is wound on the sharpened tip (such brushes are made somewhat, because they quickly fail). They moisten them in a liquid and gently follow it back and forth along the inscription. All the rest is done similarly.

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