Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Cleaning Pads, 8-Count Boxes (Pack of 3)
- 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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Top Customer Reviews
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!Read more ›
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.
They also do a great job cleaning my flat surface cooking top.
I was surprised it took off pens marks, dirt, crayon, just about everything I tried it , it worked on.
The best parts were the kids loved these. they were so happy to help.
I take one magic eraser and cut it in 2 and give n half to each kid. It works great in our new home taking fingerprints off of the appliances and doors.
I love this product because it makes cleaning up little surprise artwork or dirt kids bring in the house.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I may have bumped this up to 3.5 stars given the option, but here is my personal experience with the Magic Eraser and why I chose to rate it the way I did:
I used this... Read more
These things are great! We have a four year old boy who persists in running his hand along the hallway wall as he walks. Marks are gone now! Read morePublished on July 28, 2011 by Amazon Customer
Omg! I bought one box the 2-pack one and I tried it on our 10 yr old bathtub and it worked! even though its kinda falling apart, i continued to clean our white kitchen cabinets and... Read morePublished on February 26, 2011 by Rheyianne
The newest Mac keyboards - the "flat" ones with flat white keys on aluminum - show ugly dirt really fast, and are just about impossible to get clean. Read morePublished on January 18, 2010 by notmicro
I wanted to find a way to clean my collection of expensive, composite softball bats at the end of the season. I was told to try the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. Read morePublished on October 7, 2009 by M. Golin
Yes, this product does everything it claims.
"Magic" eraser is simple insulation foam that has been available in other countries as cleaning sponges for... Read more
I am a get some rubber gloves and Comet kind of girl so I am relectant to try anything new but oh my, the Mr. Read morePublished on August 23, 2008 by She's from Michigan
I had to write a review because I can't believe how well these work on scuffs and marks that 409 and other cleaners wouldn't budge. Read morePublished on August 20, 2008 by anonymous
I buy the Magic Eraser in bulk. I started using them a few years ago when they first hit the market. I seriously don't know what I would do without them now. Read morePublished on July 27, 2008 by T.F.