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Faber-Castell 7057 eraser pencil

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Faber-Castell 7057 eraser pencil


Faber-Castell 7057 eraser pencil :

The quality of an eraser and using the correct eraser are crucial for optimum results. Basically, two different materials are used to make erasers: rubber and plastic. All rubber erasers and the majority of the plastic erasers made by Faber-Castell are PVC-free. Faber-Castell PVC-Free erasers do not contain harmful phthalate plasticizer. Phthalates have been reported to cause several undesirable effects when exposed to the human body. The balanced plastic mixture guarantees soft and smear-free erasing.

  • PERFECTION 7057 eraser pen for precision erasing
  • Red, soft eraser leads for graphite and colour pencils and copies
  • White, hard eraser leads for ink, Indian ink and ballpoint pens
  • Pointed at both ends
  • Latex-free
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