Kutsuwa Eraser Making Kit 1 - Doughnuts





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Published on May 27, 2011

Product name: Let's make erasers! Doughnut shaped eraser
Brand: Kutsuwa
(1) It cost 410 yen. For Ages 6 and up.
(2) It's not regular clay. It's eraser dough (special substance). They are not scented.
(3) Spraying water to the mold, the dough doesn't stick to the mold.
(4) The directions say "don't put multiple of those dough in the microwave at the same time. It has to be one by one."
Microwave heating times vary according to dough size. If you boil all of them at once, some of them would not become erasers, or eraser dough would stick together.
(5) Pour water to cover the eraser plus 1.5 centimeter.

Microwave heating times:
0:45, 1:36, 1:46 Each one of doughnuts:
(2 mins and 10 secs, at 600 watts) or,
(2 mins and 40 secs, at 500 watts)

2:05 Twist doughnut:
(3 mins, at 600 watts) or,
(3 mins and 30 secs, at 500 watts)

(6) 1:10 Let it cool for 3 minutes in cold water after you take it out of the microwave.

★It's hard to work the dough in a place at low temperature. When you work the dough in a place at high temperature, it would be soft and stick together easily.
When you rub the dough parts, they just stick together on their own. (When you do it in a place at low temperature, it might not stick together because the dough would not be soft.)★


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