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Prismacolor Premier Kneaded Rubber Eraser, Large, 1 Pack
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- Designed to both highlight and cleanly erase chalks, charcoal, pastels and colored pencils
- Premium rubber eraser molds easily into the size and space of what you’re erasing
- Clean the eraser by gently kneading it in your hand
- Large eraser measures 1-3/4-inch x 1-1/4-inch
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The versatile Prismacolor Premier Kneaded Eraser can be quickly shaped to precisely the area you want to erase. Whether you’re trying to clean up small spots or large areas, this large Prismacolor rubber eraser ensures your surfaces are left clean. It’s designed to make quick work of colored pencils, pastels and even chalks. It’s even easy to clean the eraser itself by gently kneading it in the palm of your hand.
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|Item Dimensions||1.2 x 1.6 x 0.3 in||13.8 x 22 x 11.8 in||1.54 x 4 x 1 in||1.5 x 2.5 x 0.5 in||1.1 x 1.5 x 0.3 in||3 x 3 x 3.5 in|
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I have used this brand before but the size is so small, that when you go to ball it up after using it( knead it) there really is not much to the eraser.
I swear- it looks like a large chewed up gum wad- NOT a large eraser!
I think,sadly, I will be departing from this brand, if this is their idea of a LARGE KNEADED ERASER.
Also, it seems like the erasing quality is diminished, compared to their other kneaded erasers purchased over the years.
If Prismacolor was not retailing this? I would be questioning if it was a counterfeit product.
(Yes- that is how poorly this is made and performed.)
I paid $3.72 for each eraser on Amazon and was able to purchase a package of two of exactly the same product at the hobby store for only $2.79. That works out to $1.395 cents each at the hobby store as opposed to $3.72 cents each at Amazon. I can't say I wasn't warned by the reviews but decided to try it for myself and just see how it played out; the reviews were right, unless there is some special reason you can't get out to go to a local store, don't waste your money.
was its purpose; I was expecting it to help me blend colors together and it does it to some extent but not as much as I had expected. I
will keep trying it and maybe it and my technique will improve.
Performance wise on paper I'd say it performs as well as a regular eraser in that it'll pick up all it can from a spot but any embedded marks (like pressing too hard on paper) will end up staying and you'll probably have to carefully use fine sandpaper (If you do it too rough, you can tear the paper or make the surface too "rough" and it'll look off at that spot.) or something to actually get the color out of the paper's fibers. One thing it can do in this regard over a regular eraser is that you can pick up color just by "dabbing" the paper. So you don't need a rubbing motion to get color off, you just need to touch it a few times. Colored Pencil/Pencil Crayon doesn't really come off on this super well (nor does it on a regular eraser) because it's a type of wax, but it will likely get the paper's surface down to a light enough color that you can put other colors on top of it again and fix whatever you wanted fixed. If not, sandpaper I guess. The best thing to do is just not press too hard so you never need sandpaper of course.
Couple of things to note with this style of eraser though is that as you rub with it, no matter how softly you do it, it will change shape. So if you squished a sharp edge out of it to do some detailing work, you'll have to watch it so you don't erase too much as it gets thicker. Also, because you do have to knead it often to get the surface sticky again after picking up stuff, it may mess with your workflow. To store it, you can't exactly leave it out like you could a regular eraser for extended periods of time because random dust particles in the air sticks to it just as graphite will. So you might want to put it in a small zip-top bag or something to keep it as dust free as possible. But I don't think those are reasons not to try one because as you get the hang of using one, you start to adjust automatically such as kneading it one handed while you are thinking of what to do next or squishing it to keep making yourself a sharp edge with it as you go. Plus they're pretty cheap, so you aren't investing too much in one to try.