Liquifies With the Consistency of a Number 2 Pencil
Can Be Adapted to An Existing Pen-Like Instrument
Allows You to Fill in Circles More Easily
Provides For a Machine-Readable Pattern
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor Angela Harris of San Diego, CA has developed a graphite laced erasable liquid that liquifies with the consistency of a number 2 pencil and allows you to fill in circles more easily. Ideal for standardized testing, voting, lottery cards, or anything with a scantron-like application, the invention is ready to hit the market!As a teacher who had to take attendance on a scantron-style form, Angela realized it took forever! She just knew there had to be a better way. In turn, she was inspired to create an erasable substance that would work like a dauber and forever change the way forms are filled out. The Liquid Eraser is her solution.But how does it work? This soluble can be adapted to an existing pen-like instrument. With one motion of the dauber, repetitive circling typically done with a standard pencil has been eliminated. When the dauber is applied to a writing surface, it provides for a machine-readable pattern. The composition may be erased using a standard pencil eraser and remarked if necessary. Want to learn more about the Liquid Eraser? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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