When I go to Hundred yen stores these days, I often see "Korokeshi". It is said that the paper will not be scratched because it will not be rubbed, and there will be no erasing residue. Is it true that you can erase characters just by rolling them without producing erasing residue? I tried to verify whether the written characters can be erased just by rolling "Korokeshi".
■ Korokeshi looks like this "Korokeshi" is about the same size as an ordinary eraser and looks crispy. I will erase the letters with the roller-shaped paper contact part made of Punipuni gel. When you take the paper contact part, it seems that the inside is hollow.
■ How is it different from an eraser?
First of all, I erased the characters using the familiar eraser. It takes a little effort to erase it, but after rubbing it about 5 times, the characters disappeared cleanly.
However, it is a little troublesome that the eraser residue remains. Next, for those who use the desk, throw the eraser waste into the trash can.
■ Let's show the potential of Korokeshi
Finally, let's erase the characters using Korokeshi. The opponent of the battle is the core of HB in a 0.5mm mechanical pencil. Roll over the letters written using this.
If you roll the poppy a few times, the letters will gradually fade. When I rolled it about 10 times as it was, I was able to erase it cleanly, although some handwriting remained. You can enjoy the mysterious exhilaration that the characters disappear just by rolling them around.
The paper remains clean as no effort is put into erasing it. Of course, there is no erasing residue.
■ Can the writer's arm and heart be healed?
So, I will trace the draft written with a mechanical pencil, which was the cause of tendonitis, with a pen, and try the work of erasing the draft.
The characters written with the pen do not bleed because they are just rolled without force. The draft that protruded from the pen character disappeared cleanly. I wish I could meet earlier so that I could erase the draft so easily.
However, unlike an eraser, if the paper contact part of the roller poppy becomes dirty, it requires some effort to roll it on adhesive tape or wipe it off with detergent-dried tissue paper. Although it is sticky when it is new, it will weaken as you continue to use it, so which one you can use for a long time may depend on the good care.
A roller poppy that frees you from the stress of damaging paper and bleeding letters. Since there is no erasing residue, there is no need to worry about it being scattered under the desk and being seen by people around you with cold eyes. "Korokeshi", which erases letters just by rolling it, seems to erase the abominable daily memories of writing a resume with a compress on the arm.
"Korokeshi" may or may not be sold at Daiso nationwide. But of course the price is 108 yen.