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    How to remove kneaded eraser

    Hi, just did my first dice run today, but now i want to remove kneaded eraser from the mobo, how the hell do i remove this sticky sh*t.
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    It should just peel right off.
    Is your board still wet ?

    What kind of eraser did you use ?

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    If there are little spots left, roll a ball of kneaded eraser and pick up the spots, it should be pretty easy that way.

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    I used conte a paris, the only type they had in the art store. I thought that it should peel off but this one sticks like glue :/ my board is not wet i stoped benching 4 hours ago. Now i put the board in the freezer i think the temperature will make it harder and easier to remove.

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    This stuff ?

    http://artworldonline.co.uk/drawing/...ft-eraser.html

    Not sure about the soft part, the stuff I use is not that soft. I microwave it for about 20 seconds to get it pliable so I can form it easy.

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    Yes this is it, i really dont recomend this stuff if you want to remove it, i didnt remove it completly there are a lot of small pieces on the board in corners and so, i really hope that i will never have to rma the board. I cleaned it for two hours. This one sticks like cheving gum, it sticks really hard and is really soft, good for insulating a pain to remove. I will read about this erasers and bought another brand and toss this one in a bush so nobody will stick to it

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    Faber Castell is the way to go rocks !




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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolius View Post
    Faber Castell is the way to go rocks !
    Yup that's what I use.

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    Thanks, i will order some online for my future sub zero misions need to learn to beter insulate the board but in another thread i need to put my pc back together.

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    I've used both Faber Castell and KOH-I-NOOR, but I think Faber Castell is the best.
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    Got em today, they are 3 times biger and 10x less sticky than my previous one...

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