Pritt Correct-it Correction Tape Roller Reviews
Product Type: Pritt gadgets
Description:Disposable correction roller.
Newest Review: ... lying around for when needed. I don't think this Pritt Mouse is a very popular product sold as I think Tipp-Ex is the ... more
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Customer Pritt Correct-it Correction Tape Roller Reviews (8)
by - written on 19/01/08 (Very useful, 1064 readings)
For those who have written screeds of essays over the years, written music on a page, just perhaps written in ink then made a mistake and reached for Tipp Ex correction fluid then you'll have gone through the painstaking element of applying the liquid carefully to the mistake you've made. Tipp Ex correction fluid has been the most known product on the market to use, which gives an almost instant coverage for mistakes, or errors on paper and general write/print materials. I remember watching my father type on his mechanical Adler type writer using cigarette paper type Tipp Ex correction sheets before the actual correction fluid came into our household and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/11, updated on 07/08/11 (Very useful, 69 readings)
==Pritt Dry Correction Tape== Working in an office we have an array of different items which are needed to suit a whole host of different tasks. The funny thing is that seeing as we are supposed to a "Paperless Practice" we do still come into contact with a vast amount of paper work and of course we are still creating our own paper items too. With this in mind and the fact that we often will use a pen rather than a pencil to write things down and so on, you need to have something that will get rid of pen marks or at least hide them. This is where a cover type of product is a must and where Tippex was used before we knew no ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/11 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I'm such a neat freak that when I write up my notes etc for uni, I like them to be as neat and perfect looking as possible. If I am near the beginning of a page and I make a mistake, I sometimes just start all over again. However, if I am near the end of a page, I don't want to have to re do all of that work so I figured some form of correction fluid/ tape would be the idea product. When looking around my local Staples store while picking up some other stationary, I came across the Pritt Correct-It Correction Tape Roller which cost £2.49. I have always bought Tipp-ex in the past but I really hate waiting for it to dry and it is never completely smooth to the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/11 (Very useful, 62 readings)
If you're using anything other than text on a computer based screen, then the chances are that at some point you'll make a mistake and have to correct it. Paper has no 'Backspace' button, and so it's either put a line through it or cover it up with something and write over it. The majority of sales tend to be towards Tipp-Ex or an alternative branded white correction liquid, but this can often be messy and unsightly and doesn't always work, depending on the brand. Enter this funky little device, something that has been around for a few years now. A small and comfortable plastic device that houses two rotating wheels which control the dispensing of this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/13, updated on 26/01/13 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I was sorting through my stationery draw yesterday (yes I have a stationery draw :P it's filled with random post it notes and all sorts!) when I came across this Pritt Mouse lying around. I bought it from either Tesco or Rymans and it didn't cost much.. I think it was only £2. I normally buy Tipp-Ex correction fluid that comes in the little bottles or other correction fluids. However I decided to go for this as I found a few old correction fluids lying around the house and they all dried up.. so I thought this wouldn't have that problem and I could leave it lying around for when needed. I don't think this Pritt Mouse is a very popular ... Read the complete review
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