How does sunlight effect have rubber ink and paper?
rubber: cracks and becomes more elastic
ink: becomes lighter
paper: crumbles up
ink: becomes lighter
paper: crumbles up
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There may be a way but to put it on the internet would be stupid right?
Toxicity from a rubber stamp depends on the ink being used. Mostall inks on today's market are considered nontoxic and would takeover an ounce of ink being ingested to cause a…ny harm.
the way sunlight effects ink is by making the ink invisible for the person to see.
\nIt causes it to expand.
When left out in the sun rubber will loose some of its elasticityor crack, the ink will lose some color, and paper will be bleachedor become whiter. This occurs because of the… action of theultraviolet light of the sun.
There are many different types and grades of paper, and sunlight affects them all differently. The brown "craft" paper, such as a paper grocery bag, is relatively unaffected b…y sunlight. Newspaper will turn brown and often curl up.
You can ink by smothering the rubber in vasaline and bleach
with polish and bleach
termite are blind so color doesn't matter. whats important is the ink. The ink of some pens mimic a pheromone that termites use to communicate in the wild but keep in mind onl…y some inks will work like expo doesn't work and again color doesn't matter. if the termite looses the trail they will walk around the paper blind
Put a drop of pure lemon extract on the ink stain. . Use cotton buds to rub the stain or use a small brush to remove the ink stain right after putting the lemon extract. . 3… Use soap and water to wash the spot where you are working. (hot water gives better result) . 4 Repeat the same procedure if stain is still there. This time, put more Lemon extract. . 5 Wash it thoroughly with soap and water, then wipe it dry.
i think it burns after a while
You will need nail polish remover,bleach (good bleach required- none of that 99 cent, watered downstuff), & a low or no lint rag (I used an old sock, right sideout). First dip… your rag in the nail polish remover & wipe overthe ink you want to remove IN ONE DIRECTION ONLY. Yes, the thermalpaper WILL turn black, but stay with me here. Next, using adifferent part of your rag, dip into the bleach- again, wiping INONE DIRECTION ONLY- & wipe your paper. If any of the ink youwant to remove still remains wipe with nail polish remover again(you will not need to wipe with bleach again). You can start withthe bleach first, but I find the paper is less likely to tear ornap if you start with the polish remover. Above all, BE GENTLE. Youwill want to practice before starting in on the real deal-- Walmartreceipts are great for practice.
the ink will soon fade, the rubber will lose its strechiness andthe paper will stay white
What did George Washington Carver use to develop shaving cream paper ink rubbering oil synthetic rubber and insant coffee?
There is no method or product which will remove highlighter marksundetectably. Like erasing strong pencil or ink marks from paper,the paper will show signs of having been trea…ted. Highlighter markscan be bleached out. I use full strength Clorox type bleach and Qtips along with paper towels and a household iron. I try tominimize wrinkling the paper by limiting the time it is exposed tothe liquid bleach which is why I don't dilute the bleach. With theiron on medium low I quickly iron the highlighted page so that whenI apply the bleach to the highlighted paper with my wet but notdrippy Q tip the paper dries quickly and with little wrinkling ordistortion. The warmed paper also speeds up the reaction betweenbleach and the colored highlighter ink which vanishes almostinstantly. I only allow the wet bleach to be on the paper for asecond or two after which I quickly blot or wipe away any remainingliquid bleach. I put a dry paper towel over the page and run theiron over it. If I am faced with large highlighted areas it isnecessary to break the job into smaller pieces to avoid getting thepage too wet or leaving the liquid on too long. If I do get awrinkly page I can often iron the wrinkles out with my trusty ironstill using a paper towel to cover the page.