How to quickly eliminate information on thermal paper

2023-05-11 Hits: 59 views

In life, heat -sensitive paper is widely used in printers, cashier and POS terminals. This special paper achieves the effect of printing images and text through local heating, and its printing quality and speed are quite excellent. However, because the paper is used at one time, if you print errors or content that are not needed, we need to know how to quickly eliminate them.

Common thermal paper elimination method
1. Use rubber rubbing
If you write the wrong content on the paper or have a bad impression, you can try to use a rubber rubbing to eliminate it. However, before using rubber rubbing, please check whether the rubber rubbing you are using is suitable for thermal paper to avoid damage. At the same time, it should be noted that the use of rubber rubbing is only applicable to the elimination of a small amount of catching up. Deletion is not easy to achieve.

2. Use white crayons
Another common solution is to use white crayons. Gently apply the white Crayon to the area where the printing error or unnecessary is not needed, and use the rubber to wipe it. This method can accurately and clear the text and images. However, it should be noted that before the printing operation, it is necessary to ensure that the crayon must be completely dry and strongly adheres to the thermal paper to avoid accidents.

3. Use chemicals
Some chemicals such as alcohol can be used to remove print errors or unnecessary content on thermal paper. However, these chemicals have potential harm to health and the environment, so they must be used carefully. Before using chemicals, be sure to read related safety descriptions and wear personal protection equipment to follow the correct treatment and processing methods.
In addition, it should be noted that the use of chemicals may cause paper color deformation or surface damage. If you want to keep the information on the original thermal paper, it is recommended to copy it on the ordinary white paper first, and then operate the copy of the paper to avoid the impact on the original information.