What's the etiquette on removing your wrong answer after a downvote? Say, for example, I answered a question, and then realized it was out of context or wrong.
Scenario 1: Nobody has downvoted or responded to it. I'll go in and remove it - which seems to be fine; I'm correcting myself and keeping the site clean.
Scenario 2: I didn't realize my answer was wrong/out of context until someone downvoted it or put in a comment to point it out (and, of course, I realize my mistake). Is it okay if I remove my answer now (to keep the site clean and to correct myself)? Or is it not okay, as it might seem I'm covering up my bad deeds?
p.s., This is different from Proper way to correct a mistaken answer, as I would be removing it and probably not providing another answer as I might not have a correct answer.
p.p.s., The Peer Pressure badge to me seems like a 'negative badge'. Like an 'always just in time' badge that might actually mean you are a Late Comer. Should I look forward to getting the Peer Pressure badge?