Can you erase graphite pencil?

Yes, you can! Yes, you can! The answer is YES – in a flash! Here’s how: First, take a good dry piece of graphite pencil. (And do this right away.) Then you are going to take the pencil, and start writing with it. If you use your finger, or use your fingernail, the pencil will be sticky. If you use a writing implement, such as a paper clip or the tip of the pencil, the pencil will not stick. You may have to press down on it for 5 to 10 seconds. If you don’t move quickly enough, you will eventually just tear the rubber, and it can’t be recovered (I hope this sounds like a bit of advice I read somewhere). It is very easy to cut out the graphite and write with it again. When cutting out graphite, make sure you cut all the way to the tip of the pencil, and then just keep cutting. After you have cut, try writing using the pencil. It may take a bit of practice to figure out where and when to use your fingers (or your nails). If you need any help, look for a free online guide for graphite pencils. Then, if you want to write with a wet paperclip, you won’t have to worry about getting the wet paperclip wet. All you have to do is take one corner of the wet paperclip and then write. The wet paperclip will never get wet – if it did, it would be a magnet for paint or dust and you wouldn’t have a pencil to write with! You can also just use a wet paperclip to write, and it will work just fine. There is also a method to write on graphite using a pen. If you want to write on graphite, you might have to put a thin strip of paper on the graphite, like in a thin pencil. Another method is to use a piece of paper with wet graphite on it, and then ink the graphite on the paper with the pen. Again, though, be careful because the wet graphite will stick to the graphite from the ink, and it can be very difficult to remove. And don’t do this as a permanent method, because you only have to keep the graphite on paper for a time, so it will be easier to get around to taking the graphite off afterwards. You can also write using graphite with a paintbrush. This will be easier because you don’t get to get it wet, and