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  • Wedding planning tip: Use an invisible ink pen to write guest names on the back of RSVP cards. If you get an RSVP card back with no name, use a black light to see who it's from. No more wondering whose it is! WE NEED TO GET THESE

    EVERY BRIDE NEEDS THIS!!! It's a invisible ink pen, write the guests name on the RSVP card before you send it out. If it comes back without a name on it, you will know who it is from. This has saved me A LOT of headaches.

  • Can be used as a money detector pen. Write with the invisible ink pen then light your message with the mini black light to see what was written. Invisible pen brings you an amazing variety of fun applications: Secret messages, emergency flashlight, security marking

    EVERY BRIDE NEEDS THIS!!! It's a invisible ink pen, write the guests name on the RSVP card before you send it out. If it comes back without a name on it, you will know who it is from. This has saved me A LOT of headaches.

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    Invisible Pen office supplies from TheOfficePanda! One each – pink, yellow, blue & purple. Invisible Ink pen draws in special ink that appears under separate included black torch light. All four pens have the same color ink. Batteries included.

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Spies are more likely to use invisible inks that are developed by a chemical process, because they are more secure and harder to detect. During the Cold war, German secret police used cerium oxalate to write hidden messages and used a solution of manganese sulfate, hydrogen peroxide and other chemicals to reveal the texts. The United States government has kept its formula used during World War I classified. Similar chemical recipes are used for children's entertainment, where hidden texts are printed in an invisible ink book, and an invisible ink pen is used to give clues and to reveal the book's ending. Some well-known chemical ink and developer combinations are vinegar and red cabbage water as well as cornstarch and , both diluted in water.