Why I Highly Recommend the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser

In the war to keep my home clean I have long avoided the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. I discounted it as being just a sponge with bleach. Let’s face it: For about $3 for 2 sponges, I can use a lot of sponges with bleach. Well what I considered to be a fad continued to appear on store shelves so I broke down and purchased a 2 pack of Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Extra Power sponges. I found them at Walgreen’s for $3.79. The regular Mr. Clean Magic Eraser can be purchased for $2.79 and it is also a 2 pack. This product goes on sale often for $1.99 and when combined with frequently found coupons for 0.50 off they are more affordable.

The Extra Power sponges come in a small two pack box. The company suggest they be used in bathrooms for shower floors and tubs. In the kitchen they are suggested for baked on grease, microwaves, and floor tile grout. In the living room they can be used for light switches and ceramic tile. For outside use they can be used for plastic patio furniture and toys. For car car use on alloy wheels and vinyl window seals.

The packaging does warn consumers to test the product on an inconspicuous spot with light pressure. If the spot cleaned area is damaged or modified then do not use this product. It is not recommended to use this product on high gloss, polished, dark, brushed, satin, faux, bare or polished woods, or stainless steel. Do not use with chlorine bleach, on vehicle body, or post factory tinted glass.

The Magic Eraser is easy to use. Just wet the sponge and squeeze out excess water. When the sponge becomes worn out then throw it away. What can be simpler than that. The box even says, more powerful to easily cut through even tough soils-just add water! Boy are they right.

I have hated my white Kenmore refrigerator with ice maker every since I bought it. It is hard to keep clean with little hands opening and closing the door. My husband works with greasy computerized equipment and his often stained hands have ruined the refrigerator door handles, or so I thought. I wet my Mr. Clean Magic Eraser under warm water, squeezing out the access, and I started scrubbing the handles with the textured pad. I immediately noticed the grim rolling off in small particles similar to a pencil eraser. I received the same results when I used the pad on my bathtub, and stove. Greasy grim even erased away. The Magic Eraser does disintegrate and I had to throw away the first pad I used but the results were remarkable.

The Mr. Clean Magic Eraser has made a believer out of me and I will frequently recommend and purchase this remarkable product in the future.

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