Erasers Invented?


A rubber eraser is an article of stationery that is used for rubbing out pencil and also for pen mistakes. Erasers have a rubbery reliability and are often white or pink, although modern materials allow them to be made in any colour. English engineer, Edward Naime is credited for the creation of the first eraser in 1770.
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Rubber occurs naturally, but Charles Goodyear invented vulcanized rubber (rubber treated by a process to improve its usefullness to humans).
The British engineer Edward Nairne invented the rubber eraser. He started manufacturing the rubber eraser in 1770.
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Sir Joseph Priestley.
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Edward Naime is given credit for inventing the rubber eraser as far back as 1770. Prior to its invention people had used a variety of other substances to attempt ...
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