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Do erasable pens fade over time?
Last Updated: 14th February, 2020
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Likewise, people ask, what makes erasable pens erase?
Erasable pens work in two ways, rubber cementandthermo-sensitive ink. In newer erasablepens,“thermochromic ink” is used as the pigment. Bydefault,this ink is dark but when the ink is heated up, such asfrom thefriction of an eraser, it turns clear to make itseem as ifthe ink was erased.
Additionally, how do you erase pen? Use acetone to erase ink. Most nail polish remover is made of acetone, andthiscan be used to remove ink from paper. Apply a small amountofacetone to a cotton swab, and rub into the ink you're tryingtoerase. This works best on regular ballpointpenink.
In respect to this, how does the frixion erasable pen work?
Erasable pen uses heat to make thewritingdisappear Frixion pens are not the smearinghorrorpens that you may have used in school — the inkis notrubbed away — it actually becomes invisible when heatedwithan erasing motion of the rubber tailcap. No eraser dustisgenerated.
What is pen eraser made of?
Erasers have a rubbery consistency and come inavariety of shapes, sizes and colours. Some pencils haveaneraser on one end. Less expensive erasersaremade from synthetic rubber and synthetic soy-based gum,butmore expensive or specialized erasers are vinyl, plastic,orgum-like materials.