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Spy Paper. Behaves just like ordinary paper, but dissolves in seconds after contact with a liquid. The mouth as a shredding machine? Gives a whole new meaning to the phrase, ‘take a rain check’. £6.95 for 32 sheets.

 This spy paper looks like ordinary paper, but is unique in that it dissolves in just seconds when contacted with liquid, rsulting in a useless, non-reconstructible mulch which is far more secure than the output of any standard shredder. You can write on this paper normally but as soon as it comes into contact with any liquid, even saliva, it transforms into a secure mulch. It is ideal for those confidential notes that may have to ‘disappear’ quickly with little advance notice.

Red – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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  • Manufacturer reports that use of Spy Paper in your inkjet printer may prove… “sub-optimal”.

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