Back in April, I wrote the following review for the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. I continue to find new uses for the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. Today I was cleaning the kitchen sink, which is a white enamel or porcelain type surface. I was having difficulty getting coffee and/or tea stains out of it. I got out my handy dandy Mr. Clean Magic Eraser, and with just a little scrubbing, it was looking like new. I love this product. Another reason it’s listed on my
“Gotta Have It” page.
If you haven’t tried this product, it’s definitely worth checking out.
On April 2, 2007, I wrote:
Not too long ago I decided to try the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. At first glance, I really wondered how well it could work, but I was amazed. I wet the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser and gave it a try. What I found was that it worked extremely well on my white refrigerator, which has tiny little crevices that always seem to collect dirt. The dirt came off so easily. I was sold. I now use it to clean my baseboards and cabinets which are painted white. I love this product, and will definitely always keep the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser in my arsenal of cleaning supplies.
One thing I do, is cut the eraser in half. The eraser seems to start falling apart after multiple uses, so by cutting it in half, I feel I’m making it last longer.
Remember to read the “warning label” on the box as it is not recommended for all surfaces.
UPDATE: If you received an email showing pictures of “burns” a young child got while using the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser, take it upon yourself to research this topic online. Some claim it is a hoax, others disagree. After researching, you must decide for yourself.