SumoGrip Erasers are composed of micro porous cells that are constructed like a net that picks up graphite marks and erases better across the surface. Reticulated open-cell foam works like ultra-fine sandpaper to get into the small grooves and pits of the paper surface. The SumoGrip Eraser requires minimal pressure to remove graphite lead from B to 2H degrees.
Founded in 1921 in Osaka, Japan, Sakura was originally a crayon manufacturer credited for inventing the oil pastel ‘Cray-pas’ and gel-based ink pens.
Made in Japan.