108 of 121 people found the following review helpful
Sharp and to the point,
This review is from: How to Sharpen Pencils: A Practical & Theoretical Treatise on the Artisanal Craft of Pencil Sharpening for Writers, Artists, Contractors, Flange Turners, Anglesmiths, & Civil Servants (Hardcover)
My pencils were always so embarrassingly dull that I had to start using pens. I failed my first year of University because I couldn't properly colour in the bubble on standardized tests. David Rees' amazing new book has literally turned my life around. Now if someone would tell me how to recondition the dried out erasers...
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Initial post: May 9, 2012 10:08:30 PM PDT
Juan Reyes Jr. says:
Good job, this review is definitely in my top 5 favorite amazon reviews. Probably no. 2.
In reply to an earlier post on May 10, 2012 7:34:26 AM PDT
J. Ryan Pedersen says:
You just made my day. :)
Posted on Oct 19, 2014 2:53:24 PM PDT
Rub the erasers on the carpet.
Posted on Aug 7, 2015 5:39:09 AM PDT
Christopher P. Clark says:
Just go to your local hardware store and pick up a roll of Plumbers Abrasive Cloth. I have found this to be the best way to remove the hardened layer. Your erasers will be as good as new!
Posted on Apr 12, 2016 11:51:01 AM PDT
Randy M. Zeitman says:
"I failed my first year of University because I couldn't properly colour in the bubble on standardized tests."
Good... now you can go to a University that doesn't rely on standardized tests.
(And I wrote this reply using a pencil (eraser) on each keyboard key.)
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