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This is a neat and easy way to clean up excess rubber cement or liquid friskets. It measures 2" (51 mm) square.
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Can't do without it
from Clermont, FL
Comments about Crepe Rubber Cement Pickup:
As suggested by someone else, I cut the square in half on the diagonal. This gives me twice the pickup ability as I mostly use the edges. Also, the points help a lot.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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It Does the Job
By geese Dink
from Charlotte, NC
The quality may not quite meet the same product from 15 years ago, but it does the job.
These pick ups are great
from Myrtle Creek, Oregon
This pick up work great at taking dried liquid masking off of a water color painting with out causing any paper wear or tear. A friend let me use heres and I immediately knew I had to get one. :D
from Oakville, ON
This works so much better to remove Mastik than my finger.
from Norwich, New York
Used for lifting rubber cement, it works as it's supposed to and lasts a long time..
Best iPad repair tool!
from Memphis TN
After removing the glass in repairing an iPad or other tablet, you are left with the task of cleaning off adhesive. Alcohol leaves a tremendous amount gluey adhesive lumps that travel into cracks, inside of the glass platform area, on your fingers, and generally just all over the place. This crepe rubber cement pickup has the density required for the amount of rubbing needed to easily remove adhesive from the glass platform area. And yes you can use it to remove rubber cement or other Friskits used in painting and drawing.
Just what Iasked for &Excellent Price
from San Antonio, TX
Perfect eraser to pick up the rubber cement. I have gotten this eraser before. I lost it when I moved which is why I needed a new one but I used it soooooo much for two years and it always picked up neatly and quickly. It was still in good condition.Once in a while I did have to scrape off or cut off little bits of the eraser that balled up but the size remained basically the same.
By Ana in Wyoming
This rubber cement pickup is a bit more stiff than I'm used to. It works, and that's what I need, but I'd prefer a slightly softer pickup so I don't tear my paper. I use the pickup to remove dried masking fluid on my watercolor paintings. I'll have to be a bit more careful with this one.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Saved money and my finger tips.
By A Classical Homeschooler
from Chattanooga, TN
Picked up these erasers to remove rubber cement resist used in an art project for elementary students in a homeschool program. They worked perfectly; MUCH easier than rubbing off the rubber cement with fingers like the last time we tried the resist. Some classes used the 2"x2" erasers and some tried cutting the eraser into four 1"x1", which worked very well for small fingers as well as for multiplying the number of students that could use the materials at the same time. They were about 60% of the price I would have paid locally from a craft store at the time I purchased them. I bought eight of them, so even with shipping I saved money. Great deal with great results.
MUCH BETTER than an eraser, clean
By silly sally
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