Best correction tape according to redditors

We found 17 Reddit comments discussing the best correction tape. We ranked the 13 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Correction Tape:

u/Ferro_Giconi · 9 pointsr/techsupportgore

It's that "tape" whiteout stuff that applies dry in a strip, and the ends and edges of the applied bit often ends up a bit ragged.

u/Windholm · 7 pointsr/stationery

There's a Polymer Beige Correction Tape listed on Amazon (see the customer reviews for photos of the actual color in action).

There's PaperMate Liquid Paper in Ledger Buff, also on Amazon.

And JetPens used to sell an off-white correction tape from Japan. It isn't currently listed for sale, but they have a fantastic customer service department, who I'm sure would be happy to tell you who makes it.

u/bobartig · 5 pointsr/magicTCG

What everyone else is saying, but my insights are:

  1. I switched to Post-It Tape instead of painter's tape because the stickiness of the tape was scuffing up the edges of the cards, as you can see on the one on the right.

  2. I used a Hi-polymer eraser, and I'm not sure it's the best choice, as it took forever, but didn't damage the card surfaces.

  3. I asked Toby Elliot about them at a GP and he said they were clear enough for CompREL (not that I realistically had any doubts, but I was being abundantly cautious)
u/ChuckEye · 4 pointsr/Bass

Post It Cover Up Tape It's removable, and won't damage the paper.

Source: I work in a copy shop…

u/JayDeePea · 3 pointsr/RandomActsofCards

Ahh haha, yes - whiteout is very useful! I have a tippex pocket mouse I use to correct any mistakes :D

u/kb3pxr · 3 pointsr/typewriters

I actually have a two page typewritten document on correction methods (not helpful right now as it isn't scanned), but about half a page doesn't apply to your machine (applies to Correcting Selectrics and electronics). You can quite literally erase typewriter ink with a typewriter eraser which can be found here: The issues with erasing are that it can tear the paper (you remove paper along with the ink while erasing), if you don't do erasures properly they can look poor (it takes a bit to fully erase the letter). Also make sure to move the carriage fully to the appropriate side to prevent crumbs getting into your typewriter.

You can use correction tape and works fine for drafts and anything where the correction can be visible, but need to actually cover the error to aid in working with future drafts. This is a lot cleaner than correction fluid.

For quick on the fly corrections that are hard to see, but are easier and faster than erasing, you can use ko-rec-type strips. These are now sold by the strip (you have to separate yourself): These are very easy to use. The process goes like this backspace to error, insert sheet shiny side to ribbon matte side to paper, type the ERROR again, backspace again, remove the strip, type the correction and continue.

Lastly for really rough drafts or just typing out ideas you can just back up and x over the mistakes, my electric typewriter makes this easy (except for the fact that it doesn't have a power backspacer) as pushing the X key down to the limit puts it on repeat.

u/TrieMond · 2 pointsr/PewdiepieSubmissions
u/J_KBF · 2 pointsr/stationery

Aipark 6Pcs Super Long Correction Tape School Office Stationery Supply (Beige Tape) found one in Amazon Canada

u/_partition · 2 pointsr/stationery

i bought this one, and it works well. I use the Hobonichi Weeks, and the color is fairly close to the cream pages. Much better than using regular white correction tape or liquid pens. They are massive too! 30 meters ( according to the packaging) which is 3x bigger than most standard correction tape dispensers.

u/leegethas · 1 pointr/funny

My thoughts exactly. If you use the right tape, no damage is done. It makes a pretty funny joke, if you ask me.

But yeah, keep it funny and do it just once :)

u/Sieberella · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

White out!. I'm a perfectionist and if I have these guys on hand I'm more okay with messing up and dealing with it. Without them I start all over, even if I was almost finished :X

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Thanks for the contest Jason!

u/Distant_observer · 1 pointr/loseit

It's actually more like correction tape, but rather than being just white, it has little images on it.

Can I put a link in here? Link

u/ChimpWithACar · 1 pointr/firstworldanarchists

This might actually work sometimes.. my ex-gf would grade papers at home, sometimes over a glass or two of wine. I recommend correction tape (far less noticeable).