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5 Things To Do with Pencil Erasers

5. Store Pins and Drill Bits

5. Store Pins and Drill Bits
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A box is not the most handy place to keep sewing pins. What if the box spills? What if you have a hard time grabbing just one when you're laying out pattern pieces? Here's the solution: Stick pins in an eraser. They won't fall out, and it's easy to grab the ones you need. This is also a good tip if you're storing several small drill bits.

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May 5, 2012 9:41PM
Wow! I've always been looking for a way to clean my incredibly dirty coins, without spending thousands of dollars. Now I know how to! Thank you MSN for this incredible piece of advice.
May 5, 2012 11:15AM
also great for cleaning electrical contacts on phones and such.
May 5, 2012 7:53AM

wow i already do that stuff and its awesome


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