The history of Post-it By Benjamin, Angela and Alvin
Who invented post-it? Spencer Silver and Arthur Fry (left-Spencer Silver right-Arthur Fry
About Spencer Silver Spencer silver was born in 1941 He was an American chemist who worked for 3M He invented a reusable adhesive which helped him invent the useful post-it.
About Arthur Fry Arthur was born in 1931. He was a retired American inventor and scientist. He, together with Spencer Silver, created Post-it.
About post-it Post-it notes were invented in 1970 and sold in 1980. Post it notes were originally yellow but soon, they created more colours such as orange,pink,green,purple,blue and beige.
More about post-it It was made by putting a reusable strip of adhesive onto a coloured square paper. They were used for writing notes on it and pasting it somewhere.
Post- it used in art? A mosaic made of post it- A Car made out of post-it---> Supposedly Jack Sparrow->
How Silver got the idea of making post-it Silver invented a reusable adhesive. It could stick to things but could be easily peeled off. One day, he saw Arthur singing in the church choir, Arthur wrote his notes on pieces of paper but it flew away easily. Silver then used his adhesive on the paper became, Post-it.
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