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Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Cleaning Pads, 8-Count Boxes (Pack of 3)


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  • Works with water alone!
  • Cleans scuff marks and dirt from walls, floors and doors
  • Removes set-in dirt on stoves, refrigerators and other appliances
  • Breaks up tough bathroom soap scum
  • Try it out wherever you find tough dirt: patio furniture, car & boat interiors, athletic shoe soles, leather uppers and much more!

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Mr. Clean Magic Eraser is an innovative cleaning material that penetrates surface grooves where dirt and grime get trapped. It easily and thoroughly breaks up tough dirt, lifting it away from surfaces. And, it does all this with just water alone!

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  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000FKGGTE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #389,085 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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This product works wonders!!!
Z. S. Vue
I didn't think I could get the bathtub clean and figured I'd have to repaint the walls, but thanks to the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Cleaning Pads, everything looks great!
Christy Tillery French
It is great for scuff marks, wall dirt, etc.
Rachel Hurley

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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Joanna Daneman #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 15, 2006
I picked up this cleaning product at our local dollar store. The clerk picked it up during check-out and she gave it a big thumbs-up. "These really, REALLY work." she volunteered. With that enthusiastic recommendation, I took home the Magic Eraser with the idea that I was finally going to get all those smudges off my walls.

What is it?

The sponge itself is a white block, very light-weight. It is fine-grained, reminiscent of a marshmallow. It contains a cleaner, which you detect as a light dust when the sponge is in its dry form. The sponge is about the size of a regular kitchen sponge.

How do you use it?

You simply take the sponge out of the package, wet it under the faucet then squeeze out the excess moisture. Now the sponge is ready to use. You rub it on those black marks on the walls (assuming your paint is washable--some paint like flat or whitewash is not washable.) You can rub it on your baseboards, on your stair railings, chair rails, anywhere you get those annoying black marks and finger smudges.

How well does this work?

The cashier at the dollar store was right! These ARE amazing. Black nasty marks on the wall along the stairs went in a few swipes. The smudges on the enamel rails and baseboards disappeared with a bit of scrubbing. As you use the sponge, it wears out--literally rubbing away into nothingness. When it's gone, it's gone. Go buy another one. I've had this one for months and it's still going strong. If you have kids, it will probably not last so long. But..who cares? This is a lot better than repainting the wall!

I also tried it on carpet--it worked ok, but I prefer carpet cleaner for spot cleaning. It was a champ in the shower stall (the fiberglass floor came up really clean!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A. bauman on July 7, 2006
For anyone on the fence about these, jump over to my side ;) My (then) 2 year old had gotten a hold of my husband's permanent black marker.

We just bought a brand new refrigerator. I turned my back for a few moments, and when I looked back, she had scribbled *all over* my new fridge.

I tried bleach, soap, scrubby sponges... nothing worked. My first new appliance was ruined!

On a whim I bought this. (Couldn't hurt, right?)

It got it off immediately! (I had to press a little bit to get it out of the grooves.) I was so excited, I started running around my house trying to find things to scrub...

I know that it removes shoe scuffs with ease, markers or crayons from walls, and a multitude of other "sins" your children may commit against your home.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Susan VINE VOICE on December 1, 2006
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I used this to get marks off my washer and dryer and then went on to clean the rest of the house! This little "sponge" is awesome, and it is just like a sponge; it's not abrasive. The only problem I see with it (and all cleaning products) is that you actually have to use it for it to work; lol.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By 18Rabbit on October 9, 2007
I have a very old porcelain tub in my house that was virtually uncleanable - until now! I tried everything from soap scum removers to ammonia to steel wool and the dirt on the tub wouldn't budge. One Mr. Clean Magic Eraser, a little elbow grease and about 10 minutes later the dirt was gone. I can't believe how much time and money I have wasted with other products (not to mention inhaling all those caustic fumes). Magic? ... more like a miracle if you ask me. Two more and Mr. Clean will be eligible for sainthood.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Cheryl L. Matthews on March 20, 2007
I'm waiting for a book to come out called "101 Ways to use Magic Erasers" because I'll bet there are 101 ways at least. These sponges pick upi dirt you didn't even know was there. Let me tell you some of the ways I have put them to use:

1. Used it on the kitchen walls/ceiling to remove dirt/grease film - looks like new. (Do not recommend using on flat finish or cheaper paints though without checking an area first).

2. Used it to quickly remove soap scum from the shower/tub without having to use chemicals.

3. Used it to remove car wax from the black plastic portions of my car (don't you hate it when you get wax on there and you can't get it off?)

4. Used it on my kitchen counter to remove a wine stain.

5. Used it to get the gumminess off things I had purchased that had those annoying gummy labels on them.

And I am still finding uses for these. They recommend not using them on wood and I agree. I tested it and it will remove the finish. However if you are planning to refinish your natural wood (not painted) kitchen cabinets with something like Rejuvenate Cabinet Restorer (also a great product) then I recommend cleaning them with a Magic Eraser first to improve adherence (worked for me, but test it first on the inside of a cabinet door to make sure you will see good results too).

Note - this is not like your typical sponge and does not replace the typical sponge... but instead can remove dirt where the traditional psonge can't. Magic Erasers disintigrate as you use them so they will not last as long as a traditional sponge.

BJ's club used to sell their own brand of Magic Eraser (for less $), but I have not seen them there for awhile.
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