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Natural Rubber Pick-Up

by Double E Distributing


Lifts up and removes dried rubber cement off mechanical layouts, photographs, and drawing. Measures 2 in. x 2 in. x 7/16 in.

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Natural Rubber Pick-Up

by Double E Distributing

Average User Rating: Based on (7 Reviews)

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Mary L. from Redondo Beach, CA says:

This rubber pick-up works well at removing masking fluid from watercolor paper and I love the discount price.

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Rated by: Mary L. in Redondo Beach, CA
This rubber pick-up works well at removing masking fluid from watercolor paper and I love the discount price.
Rated by: naomi o. in rio rancho, NM
these little squares are a must! they make the little "glue oops" gone! I just recently purchased 50 of these for a goodie bag product for a charity crop I hosted.... a must for every tote!
Rated by: Olivia B. in Sarasota, FL
I bought a bunch of these nicely packaged cuties for my students. These Natural Rubber Pick-ups work great at removing masket, fisket, or excess Studio Tac from our Research Study Boards with no residue or damage to paper or board surfaces!
Rated by: Terry R. in New York, NY
Great for removing excess Studio Tac from presentation boards!
Rated by: Julie D. in Lewis Cty, NY
The Natural Rubber Pick-up works great removing masket or fisket. It didn't smear or erase what was underneath the masket. It left a clean surface, no residue left behind. Great price too!
Rated by: christina C. in washington, d.c., VA
Works perfectly for picking up masking fluid. Leaves a crisp, clear line and pure white paper.
Rated by: Kimberly W. in Long Beach, CA
I love these little guys!! If you're anything like me and puts cement everywhere, these are the best for the cleanup. It saves you from using your fingers to rub off the excess.

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