Making pink erasers is an intense process that's been perfected, starting in 173 when a French explorer discovered South American Native Indians' rubber. A large number of ingredients go into making a rubber eraser. Its manufacturing involves breaking the synthetic rubber into multiple states as it's processed by different machines.
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