It seems like erasers made of vinyl or other synthetic ingredients are the norm today. Here is a traditional rubber eraser that I was surprised to find.
It seems relatively dense, and with a lot of particulate matter exuding from a new eraser. It does a good job on a Lumograph 100:
The paper in the photos is loose leaf 17 x 22cm Clairfontaine Séyès, an unusual sighting in Canada.
6 Replies to “Faber-Castell 7041-20 Natural Rubber Eraser”
Where were you able to get the eraser?
Cult Pens have them but delivery is £7.50 for Europe and £10 for US and Canada so you’d need to buy a lot of them :-)
Cult Pens call it “A proper old-fashioned natural rubber eraser.” :-)
If you are not picky about brand but would just like to try a natural rubber eraser, try visiting Blick’s brick & mortar stores (chicago has one at State & Adams??), you’ll save on shipping and don’t have to buy more than 1.
I want to know ingredients in eraser and i want to know about fatice in eraser .please reply me my mail, if u reply me i am very thank you . u explain as well as photo
yelinaung, sorry, but I do not know the eraser’s ingredients, other than what the manufacturer has communicated.