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"Erasers" Common Things With Uncommon Uses


 

1. Key cleaner. Remove finger marks from piano keys with a rubber eraser; choose a size that fits easily between the black keys and gets into all the corners. For extra-tough spots, wrap the eraser with a cloth soaked in cleaning fluid.
 

2. Table stabilizer. Cut rubber erasers to fit the bottoms of table legs; fasten with adhesive or countersunk common nails.
 

3. Window cleaner. Give just-washed windows extra sparkle; wipe them with a clean blackboard eraser.

 
4. Wall saver.
Glue rubber erasers to the bottom edge of t he back of a frame; the frame will hang straighter, and it won’t damage the wall.

5. De-skidder. Glue thin slices of a rubber eraser to the underside of a woven mat or sisal throw rug at its corners to keep it from slipping.
 

6. Household cleaner. Rub scuff marks from floors and fingerprints from woodwork with a rubber or an art-gum eraser.
 

7. Blade protector. Protect your utility knife—and yourself—by storing the tip in an eraser.
 

8. Rubber stamp. Draw a design on the flat side of a soft pink eraser, then outline it with the tip of a utility knife to a depth of about ¼ inch. Carve away the waste, leaving the design.
 

9. Golf ball cleaner. On your next golf outing, take a rubber eraser with you to clean the ball at holes where there’s no bucket.
 

10. Pincushion. Keep safety pins from drifting to the bottom of the dresser drawer; stick the points info an eraser.
 

11. Upholstery cleaner. Rub lightly soiled cotton upholstery with an art- gum eraser.
 

12. Bit cushion. Store small drill bits, point first, in a large eraser.

 

 

 

 

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