A photo of a burette with RNIB tacti-mark dots used to indicate the 1 mL and 5 mL intervals along the burette

For pupils that cannot see written labels on glassware and equipment, it is possible to use tactile stickers. Bumpons are self-adhesive rubber dots that come in various shapes and sizes.

Other raised/tactile stickers can also be used.

You can also buy Braille label makers, but many people are not able to read Braille.

Liquid plastic paint is also available for marking tactile dots or shapes onto glassware (shown in image).


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