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I bought these because of the price, most good brand erasers are alot more expensive than these,when they arrived I thought I might regret buying these, so I thought I should test them out, so got a piece of paper and pressed really hard with a pencil and rubbed the pencil out and I promise the paper looked unused and I was curious whether these would last and I have had them for a while now and they aren't as white as they were when I first go them but only 3 out of 4 of the corners have slowly worn away but hardly anything. And that is only one of them I still have the enjoyment of using the other one and having amazing clean paper !!
I can't recommend them enough !!
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Initial post: 20 Mar 2013 23:16:28 GMT
Cut the blackened tip off with a craft knife and you have a sharp clean part of the rubber again. Never mind the price, from a lot of experience I know these are the best ones money can buy! I dread using any other.
In reply to an earlier post on 16 Mar 2014 12:39:48 GMT
David Clark says:
Don't do that, Brathinnar is an idiot! Just rub the eraser over a piece of wood/plastic, maybe a school desk. The black will be rubbed off onto the surface and the erasor will be back to white.
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