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Yo lo compré para las etiquetas de los paquetes de mensajería. Pues resulta que la tinta nuca seca en algunos y se corre. En impresiones en papel, con un poco de luz se distingue la diferencia de la tinta impresa y del rodillo. Una vez cortado el papel ya resulta más difícil poder saber que dicen.
I have mixed feeling about this stamp. It is very easy to use, but essentially it’s just a better looking stamp to use instead of using a black marker to block out your information. I bought this because shredding paper is so tedious. I figured a little stamp would be more fun and faster to use. While, yes, it does block your information at a first glance, if someone were to try and actually read information that you’re trying to hide, they’d just need to angle it a little differently and get that secret information. It may be different for lower quality inks and prints, but the first piece of mail I used it on, a packing slip from Target, I was still able to see my info. I’d use it to block out my name and address on mail that I throw out but for really important info, I’m sticking to my shredder.
Its an easy to use roller that will cover sensitive materials. The idea is good but does not work on all paper types. It will not work on package labels, thermal paper, any non traditional paper that does not absorb ink. Because as soon as it rub against anything the ink will comes out reveal what you are trying to block. Also don't roll back and forward too many time and paint it all black, by doing so sometimes it will actually make the them visible. I notice it also depend on the type of ink the letter used to print. After rolling the roller stamp over the sensitive material if you look at the area in an angle, you can see what you are trying to block. So I guess it works in some situations but not all. For really sensitive materials, I will look for alternative methods.
At first glance, it looks like it hides print very well, but then if you hold it in the right light you can see everything clearly. I believe it’s because the ink on most mail is toner which is shiny and raised and the ink on this stamp is just regular ink. Rolling it more than once actually makes it easier to read. This stamp would probably work great for something printed with inkjet, but I doubt we’ll need to cover our name from a newspaper-those still exist, right? I will use this for most bills, but anything with a full credit card number or social security number will probably get stamped and then shredded. I just hate shredding stuff. I wonder if I could just throw my mail in a blendtec. Hmmm...will it blend?
Ready to use right out of the box, this small item covers one's information on paper with one stroke. The ink can get on one's fingers of not used with a bit of care, but it's easy to wash off. Very handy when one gets mail with one's name all over the inside mailing. One swipe and your info is covered up nicely. I like this item very much. Hoping that the ink doesn't wash off the address labels in the rain...Used for about a week on ordinary amounts of mail and now it need refilling...Also the ink can come out a bit too heavily, even with a light touch. A convenient product for a short time.