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i want to sell used paper i do not want to trow it in the garbage no more
You can use it to make your own paper with so that it will be more saleable. Start by tearing it all up as small as you can, soak it thoroughly in water, then dip a flat mesh grid into the sink full of soaked paper bits and bring it out, let the water drain out then flatten it very very hard (Put boards on top and jump on it or something - the harder you do it the thinner the paper will be). Then leave it to dry for however long and hey presto - brand new paper!! Once you get the hang of it you can add pretty colours or flower petals or whatever to the water to make the paper more interesting.
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