Mr. Clean Magic Eraser

Thursday, February 22, 2007

Last night my friend C. asked me how to get some smudge marks off of her white walls. The answer is with the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. This product is particularly adept at removing marks on walls and baseboards (though it won’t work on textured walls). Now, my guess is that some of you are hesitant to run out and buy yet another cleaning product. When the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser came out, I too was skeptical: A “magic eraser” what was that? So, I ignored it, despite reading and hearing that it was “great.”

Well, ladies and gentlemen, I am here to tell you that I regret not having rushed out to buy one as soon as I could. It really works fantastically on your walls. And here are two other things I have used the Magic Eraser for: scrubbing the top of my stove (it got up all those itty bitty dark spots of cooked-on food from the previous tenant that I thought would never come off) and cleaning my old bathtub (which had patches of no-slip areas that would always gather dirt in their nooks and crannies). I can’t tell you why or how it does it, but the Magic Eraser can pick up grime that you’ve previously spent a lot of time scrubbing at with every manner of cleaning tool, be it an old toothbrush or a an SOS pad. My only complaint is that the magic eraser wears out quickly. I’ve started buying the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Extra Power version, which has a slightly longer lifespan. Also, there are knock-off versions of the Magic Eraser on the market: I tried one and it didn't work nearly as well.

Here's a list of uses suggested by Mr. Clean:
  • Use Mr. Clean Magic Eraser to erase scuff marks left on your floor.
  • Keep your home's interior doors, trim, and baseboard looking like new by using Mr. Clean Magic Eraser to remove scuff marks and dirt.
  • The writing is on the wall. Crayon marks? No problem. Just erase them with the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser.
  • Make over your ride by using it to shine up your car's hubcaps and the interior console and dashboard.
  • Use Mr. Clean Magic Eraser to remove scuff marks on your patio furniture.
  • Use Mr. Clean Magic Eraser as part of "The Cure for a Messy Medicine Cabinet" (Ed note: whatever that is?)

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