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According to their website, a Mr Clean Magic Eraser can remove marks from almost every type of surface. In particular they mention walls, switch plates, floors and blinds. The product is available in different sizes to suit the different applications.
Yes, because they work by shedding rubber to discard the removed graphite. That shedding requires a mechanical rubbing action, and that will inevitably force some graphite deeper into the paper. ... Rolling, or dabbing, is the preferred way to use kneadable erasers, because they absorb graphite.
Erasers pick up graphite particles, thus removing them from the surface of the paper. Basically, the molecules in erasers are 'stickier' than the paper, so when the eraser is rubbed onto the pencil mark, the graphite sticks to the eraser preferentially over the paper. Some erasers damage the top layer of the paper and remove it as well. Erasers attached to pencils absorb the graphite particles and leave a residue which needs to be brushed away. This type of eraser can remove the surface of the paper. Soft vinyl erasers are softer than the erasers attached to pencils, but are otherwise similar.
A whiteboard should not be used with regular markers, as this will make it difficult to remove what has been written or drawn upon it. Dry erase markers are specifically designed for use with whiteboards, as any marks can then be quickly and easily removed by wiping across the surface with a dry whiteboard eraser or cloth. If a regular marker has mistakenly been used with a whiteboard, it is not impossible to remove the marks completely. Various methods of removal can be found online.
Soak the paper with spirit ( ethyl alcohol) and then remove the sticky tape.
A pencil rubber otherwise known as an eraser is used to rub out pencil marks on paper
I think that they can be erased with an art gum eraser
There is an eraser for suede. It will rough up the nape and the water marks will disappear.
it is an eraser that can erase ink marks :D
Use a dry-erase marker to remove sharpie marks from a desk or dry eraser white board.
Use an electric eraser over the mark. Rub with finger then almost gone
I've found that the magic eraser is useful on just about all vinyl surfaces.
Use Mr. Clean Magic Eraser.
Use an eraser,or get one of those majic erasers by mr. clean.
Use a rubber eraser, like you would on paper.
Easy Off, Bam!, and Mr. Clean Magic Eraser have been recommended for removing metal marks from porcelain tubs.
Wet paper towel.