Beware of Wite-Out!

Wite-Out and other liquid paper correction products take a while to dry when applied to paper.  If you need to copy a piece of paper that has Wite-Out on it, make sure the Wite-Out has dried completely.  If it hasn’t, the correction fluid could rub off on the copier’s  internal parts – rollers, guides, or even the scanner glass – and cause all sorts of problems, both for you and for the people who need to use the copier after you. Did you have big black blobs on your copies? That could be a result of Wite-Out that dried on the platen glass. If you clean the glass, make sure you spray the rag or paper towel first. You never want to spray the machine directly!

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