A good knife eraser for ink can be made from a discarded or broken ruling pen. One of the parts, or nibs, is cut off close to the handle and the remaining one sharpened on both edges at the point. This instrument is better than a knife or the regular scratcher, because the cutting edge will shave the surface of the paper or tracing cloth and not roughen or cut it. Erasing done with this knife will readily take ink without further preparation of the surface. - Contributed by Warren E. Crane, Cleveland, O.

One of the Nibs on the Ruling Pen Sharpened and Used as an Eraser

Ill: One of the Nibs on the Ruling Pen Sharpened and Used as an Eraser