I have two packages of Avery address labels that I bought in 1998 and there
are a lot of blank labels still left in each of the packages and so I was
wondering if it is possible to remove my fingerprints from them so that a p
ostal inspector or the police can't recover them.
What about taking a pencil eraser and running it over the address labels fo
r a few minutes? Or what about using a damp rag with some diluted dishwashi
What are some different ways of doing this?
Or is it sometimes not at all possible to do? In other words, in some insta
nces is it impossible to remove fingerprints from paper? In other words, is
it sometimes impossible to erase fingerprints from paper? In other words,
is there no way to remove fingerprints that are seeped too deeply into some
kinds of paper? I'm not just merely referring to Avery address labels--I m
ean ALL different kinds of paper. For example: typing paper, those yellow n
ote pads with lines, tracing paper, glossy paper, brown paper bags to name
a few. Also, if a fingerprint cures, does this mean that it cannot be wiped
off of paper? Or does it not have to cure at all. That is to say, are ther
e certain kinds of paper that if you touch it too hard with your fingers, t
hat the fingerprints you thus make will be permanently imbedded into the pa
Thank you in advance.