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    Handcrafted Quilted Multipurpose Pencil Pouch

    Partners: NOORI BAZAR

    SKU: JP/PHS/4/D/17

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    FAQ

    This question is a great guide when choosing which type of pencil case to get. The items you put in your pencil case depend on your daily responsibilities and occupation. For example, elementary school students may need to include glue sticks, scissors, etc., while college students may only use pens during class. Think of things you use every day and write them down on a list.

    Once you have chosen your pen case, organise it. Here are three tips for organising your pencil case.

    1. Try to keep the number of items in your pencil case as small as possible. If you don't like carrying too many things, be practical with yourself and take what you need.

    2. Get into the habit of checking your pencil case regularly to see if you need to rearrange, add tools, or remove anything.

    3. If your pencil case is plastic and boxy, an easy way to divide the space is to create a divider inside the pencil case.

    To remove stubborn marks and ink stains from glossy plastic cases, moisten the marks with rubbing alcohol. Leave it on for a few minutes, then rinse the case with warm water, then dry it with a cloth or air. Ink stains on fabric covers can be removed by applying rubbing alcohol to the stain with a cotton swab.

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