Writing and Correction

Instruments that mark writing surfaces and materials, as well as things that remove or cover undesired marks, are included in writing and correction supplies. Permanent ink marks may be made with pens and markers, making them ideal for signing documents or generating architectural designs. Pencils make transitory traces that can be erased, making them ideal for taking notes and sketching out ideas in the office and classroom. Erasers are used to remove graphite pencil marks from paper, while correction tape and fluids are used to cover up unwanted ink marks and rectify errors.