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Correction: Apparently,...
February 9, 2008
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Correction: Apparently, as far as the US is concerned, Newell Rubbermaid owns Uni-Ball and just relabeled this pen under the Liquid Paper brand to fit into the Rubbermaid division for correction supplies here in the US.
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olsonjosh
When it works it works...
April 13, 2015
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When it works it works great, but lots of these white ink pens seem to feel clogged or you need to clean the tip regularly with your finger. I haven't seen many that are used rigorously with textured or repeated overlapping lines work very well. It becomes more of a broken line type of work. Perhaps if you work a little more patiently then maybe the lines come out more smoothly.
LDMonster
Good pen for correction....
March 8, 2011
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Good pen for correction. Works great. People complaining about 2 lines are pressing too hard. Only complaint is white barrel cracks easily. This is my second one of these that's done this!
agavelotus
I had high hopes for...
June 15, 2010
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I had high hopes for this as I wanted a super dense white for my artwork, but found it very difficult to keep an even flow going, the ball tip pushes through the mark and basically creates two lines instead of one, overall not impressed.
This whiteout pen is...
February 27, 2010
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This whiteout pen is terrible. It writes a double-line of whiteout (two lines of white separated by space). Completely unusable.
qmechanic
Please restock!...
May 27, 2008
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Please restock!
chris6283kim
This correction pen works...
February 9, 2008
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This correction pen works well enough, the fluid flows best when the pen tip is moved in small circles over the relevent mistake, overlapping the fluid lines as little as possible. Compared to other correction methods, the novelty of a retractable correction pen is more practical than it would at first seem. The worries of losing a cap and having a correction pen or an entire bottle of correction fluid dry up completely are absent; though the pen tip will dry up between uses, a few small circles on the corner of a page will have the ink flowing in only a few seconds. However, I will mention that the fluid capacity is somewhat underwhelming, if you are by any means obsessive in your corrections, you might consider ordering more than one or sticking to the bottle and brush approach. If you don't mind a Liquid Paper logo and a lack of options in body color, this pen also is available in most office supplies stores in the United States and is sold as a package of 2 pens with white bodies and bright green accents under the name "Click Correct". On an interesting side-note, Liquid Paper is a Papermate company owned by Rubbermaid and Uni-Ball by Mitsubishi, two separate companies selling the same product in two different countries; Papermate might just be a little desperate for some innovation.

Regards,
Joshua Olson
olsonjosh
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