If we made a mistake, we used a rubber eraser
or typed over the error after covering it with Snopake.
Pilot said that the pens in its FriXion line feature heat-sensitive ink that turns transparent when pressure is applied via the pen's rubber eraser
. The technology permits the pen's user to erase mistakes and rewrite as many times as needed.
Materials: newspaper * safety goggles * 6-inch piece of coarse sandpaper * rubber eraser
* measuring cup * warm water * two plastic cups * tablespoon * borax * plastic spoon * zip-top plastic sandwich bag * green and yellow food coloring * clear school glue * pencil and paper
2 3 Porcelain Note pads: This 'sustainable' note pad, which I designed at my studio in Ouseburn, can be written on using a regular pencil and old notes can be rubbed out with a rubber eraser
or washed off with cream cleaner.
About the size of a rubber eraser
, it acts much like a lung in a human body and is made using human lung and blood vessel cells.
His mother Bette Nesmith Graham (1924-80) was a secretary who used a rubber eraser
to rub out typos until the arrival of the electric typewriter made that impossible.
Plastic erasers have all but completely replaced the traditional rubber eraser
as the workhorse in the drawing room.
To protect them from future bumps, glue a rubber eraser
to the underside of the counter corner.
Zemanek drilled a hole in a rubber eraser
and slid it down the stalk until it was snug against the tube wall.
But the AKM has a rectangular metal recess - about the size of a small rubber eraser
- in each side of the receiver (the main part in the middle), above the magazine.