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== Description ==
 
== Description ==
  
[Sanford Corp formerly Faber-Castell] A registered trademark for a [[factice]] eraser. Design Artgum is composed of vulcanized [[vegetable oil]]. The erasers do not contain [[rubber, natural|rubber]]. Artgum erasers are soft and noncorrosive, but leave numerous small yellow crumbs that darken with age (Estabrook, 1989). The crumbs can be removed with a vacuum or brushing. Surface pH measurement of the Artgum erasers gave a basic pH value of 10.74 (Estabrook, 1989).
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[Sanford Corp formerly Faber-Castell] A registered trademark for a [[factice]] eraser. Design® Artgum® is composed of vulcanized [[vegetable oil]]. The erasers do not contain [[rubber, natural|rubber]]. Artgum® erasers are soft and noncorrosive, but leave numerous small yellow crumbs that darken with age (Estabrook, 1989). The crumbs can be removed with a vacuum or brushing. Surface pH measurement of the Artgum® erasers gave a basic pH value of 10.74 (Estabrook, 1989).
  
 
== Synonyms and Related Terms ==
 
== Synonyms and Related Terms ==
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== Additional Information ==
 
== Additional Information ==
  
E.Estabrook "Considerations of the Effect of Erasers on Cotton Fabric" ''JAIC'' 28:79-96, 1989. [http://aic.stanford.edu/jaic/articles/jaic28-02-003.html Link]
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° E.Estabrook "Considerations of the Effect of Erasers on Cotton Fabric" ''JAIC'' 28:79-96, 1989. [http://aic.stanford.edu/jaic/articles/jaic28-02-003.html Link]  
  
E. J. Pearlstein, D. Cabelli, A. King, & N. Indictor :Effects of Eraser Treatment on Paper" ''JAIC'' 22(1):1-12, 1982. [http://aic.stanford.edu/jaic/articles/jaic22-01-001.html Link]
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° E. J. Pearlstein, D. Cabelli, A. King, & N. Indictor :Effects of Eraser Treatment on Paper" ''JAIC'' 22(1):1-12, 1982. [http://aic.stanford.edu/jaic/articles/jaic22-01-001.html Link]
  
 
== Sources Checked for Data in Record ==
 
== Sources Checked for Data in Record ==
  
* Ralph Mayer, Ralph Mayer, ''A Dictionary of Art Terms and Techniques'', Harper and Row Publishers, New York, 1969 (also 1945 printing)
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* Ralph Mayer, ''A Dictionary of Art Terms and Techniques'', Harper and Row Publishers, New York, 1969 (also 1945 printing)
  
* Website address 1, Website address 1  Comment: www.sanfordcorp.com/erasers
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* Website address 1  Comment: www.sanfordcorp.com/erasers
  
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:27, 25 November 2019

Artgum® eraser

Description

[Sanford Corp formerly Faber-Castell] A registered trademark for a factice eraser. Design® Artgum® is composed of vulcanized vegetable oil. The erasers do not contain rubber. Artgum® erasers are soft and noncorrosive, but leave numerous small yellow crumbs that darken with age (Estabrook, 1989). The crumbs can be removed with a vacuum or brushing. Surface pH measurement of the Artgum® erasers gave a basic pH value of 10.74 (Estabrook, 1989).

Synonyms and Related Terms

Design Artgum eraser; Art Gum eraser; soap eraser

Hazards and Safety

Residual sulfur and/or chloride may be present from oil vulcanization.

Sanford Corp.: MSDS

Additional Information

° E.Estabrook "Considerations of the Effect of Erasers on Cotton Fabric" JAIC 28:79-96, 1989. Link

° E. J. Pearlstein, D. Cabelli, A. King, & N. Indictor :Effects of Eraser Treatment on Paper" JAIC 22(1):1-12, 1982. Link

Sources Checked for Data in Record

  • Ralph Mayer, A Dictionary of Art Terms and Techniques, Harper and Row Publishers, New York, 1969 (also 1945 printing)
  • Website address 1 Comment: www.sanfordcorp.com/erasers

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