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post #31 of 47
Yes I love them!! They are my complete cleaning tool.....its funny how well they clean EVERYTHING!!
post #32 of 47
Oh the Magic Eraser is Marrrrrvlous, now all they need to do is make one big enough to put on the mop like a swifter flat bottom I would be in heaven, do you know that it will actually take scuffs off the walls like if you scraped it Not down to the outside of the house but pretty bad scuffs like when DH throws the dogs colored toys it comes off. I have used it for a long time,
Now I think I'll go e-mail Mr Clean to see if they have thought about making one for the floor, I have a pretty big Kitchen floor Not going to do it with that small one. I stuck it on the bottom of the mop and it took all the dirt out of the little swirls I need a bigen..
post #33 of 47
YES- YES - we have them here in Spain and they are just brill - my cleaning life is complete

They are called Don Limpio.........................the same - Mr Clean

post #34 of 47
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Originally Posted by HopeHacker View Post
Do you think they would work on My Little Ponies? I have several white and light coloured ponies that I stupidly took out of the box, and they are yellowing. I would hate to destroy my ponies by cleaning them with something that would take their symbols off.
I've been considering getting the magic eraser, just to see it work, but lately I've been getting kind of anal about how dirty my old childhood horses are (especially one in particular, nothing has worked on getting scuff marks off her). One of these days, maybe for Christmas, I'll get a pack and see if they'll work on my toys. I'll start with the least favorites just in case they end up looking worse than before, lol
post #35 of 47
Well, I bought a 2-pack today, just to see how it works, and I've created a demonstration (pictures) involving my childhood horsies. I haven't uploaded the pics yet, but I will later.

In short, it DOES work, though not like you'd expect after reading these types of threads, lol (you still have to scrub, not simple wiping, lol). I had some VERY good models, including two big horses who were splattered with house paint several years ago, and I managed to get the paint off (the white horse was splattered worse than the chestnut, so I scrubbed hard until my hands and back hurt, but there's just one HUGE splotch left that I'll continue on later). To answer the very important question on whether or not the magic erasers are harmful to treasured childhood toys: it depends on the toy.
post #36 of 47
Here are some of the best shots:


Before:


After:


Before:


After: (those spots on his side are from the paint flaking, which isn't related to the magic eraser: his legs have been a flaking mess for as long as I've had him, lol)


Before: (this Brumby cannot be used with the magic eraser, the paint started to really come off and I had to stop right away)


After: (*sigh* My poor, balding baby...)


Before: (my favorite, a mustang I named Amy)


Before: (butt shot)


After:


After: (butt shot)


Before: (the Lippizanner my dog chewed up some 7 years ago)


After:



I have the rest at http://www.finalturnsites.com/gallery/album342
post #37 of 47
I've been using them for a couple of years - they are amazing!
post #38 of 47
Our apartment is about 50 years old and our old tub and sinks no longer have the protective glaze. I scrubbed and scrubbed trying to get the dingy stains off to no avail. I bought the magic erasers and now I just wipe my tub down and its sparking white.

I will say that I still have an issue with heavy rust stains. It lifts part of it, but not the entire thing.
post #39 of 47
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Originally Posted by emily_325 View Post
Our apartment is about 50 years old and our old tub and sinks no longer have the protective glaze. I scrubbed and scrubbed trying to get the dingy stains off to no avail. I bought the magic erasers and now I just wipe my tub down and its sparking white.

I will say that I still have an issue with heavy rust stains. It lifts part of it, but not the entire thing.
Try a little lime away ... It comes in a spray or in a squeeze type bottle
post #40 of 47
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Originally Posted by halfpint View Post
Try a little lime away ... It comes in a spray or in a squeeze type bottle
Thanks! I'll try that.
post #41 of 47
I love them too! When I worked in the daycare a while back, they gave one to every teacher and we used them 24/7 i swear!!! Those are excellent at removing Sharpie off of laminated things among everything else
post #42 of 47
I've never tried it. Judging from the commercials it looks like they have to apply a good amount of pressure and scrubbing to get rid of the dirt/grime.

I use Fantastik and a cloth and it works really fast and there is no effort.

Do you have to scrub as hard as it looks on the tv?
post #43 of 47
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Originally Posted by Trouts mom View Post
Okay, I bought this magic eraser thing to assist with my premove cleaning, and It it THE BEST thing since sliced bread!! Literally!!

It cleans anything and everything! I got my tub sparkling white again, AND got rid of all the scuff marks on my walls and cupboards!

Seriously, I will always have these around, they really are like magic!
Yeah, I love it too. It is so fantastic.
I had gotten a free sample of one a long time ago, and it sat and sat and sat in my cabinet. Every now and then I would look at it but I kept on putting off trying it. I guess I didn't want to waste it or be disappointed. Then, I was cleaning the boat one day and there were some marks I couldn't get out and I finally decided to give the Magic Eraser a try. It was amazing. I immediately went out and bought more and use them all the time now.
post #44 of 47
Did anyone's eraser fall apart very easily into tiny pieces?
post #45 of 47
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Originally Posted by crazyforinfo View Post
Did anyone's eraser fall apart very easily into tiny pieces?
yup they always seem to do that (there's a heavy duty one out there that holds up a bit better than the regular ones- maybe you could give one of those a try)
post #46 of 47
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Originally Posted by Natalie_ca View Post
I've never tried it. Judging from the commercials it looks like they have to apply a good amount of pressure and scrubbing to get rid of the dirt/grime.

I use Fantastik and a cloth and it works really fast and there is no effort.

Do you have to scrub as hard as it looks on the tv?


Not really, it's just amazing what they will remove. I need a BIG one to put n my flat bottomed mop
post #47 of 47
OMG I love it too! I dicovered it a while ago, removed every smudge and stain from my walls, its amazing. Highly recommend it for anyone who doesnt have one, especially people with big dogs who tend to get paw prints and dirt marks on the walls, and great for those with children!
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