product review – cleaning erasers

xMr CleanI’m very skeptical when products claim to produce miraculous results, and I’m rarely the first one to try anything new.

I’d read about how fabulous cleaning erasers are, and friends told me how they used them, but I remained doubtful they could be so great. Then I finally caved and bought Mr. Clean Magic Erasers.

They’re pretty magical. I don’t know how they work, but they do. What I like most is there are no chemicals. You just wet the sponge with water and go.

Whether you’re getting your house ready for sale (April is National Prepare Your Home To Be Sold Month) or just doing spring cleaning, you might be looking for easy solutions to tough cleaning jobs. In my recent cleaning frenzy, I realized I could use them for cleaning marks off the walls, and avoid having to touch up the paint. I used them to scrub the tub, too. I even used them on my dirty sneakers.

The only downfall is that they start to disintegrate as you use them, so you have to clean up the little eraser crumbs left behind. A small inconvenience for the number of jobs it does, I’d say.

Have you tried any of the cleaning erasers? Leave a comment, below, and let us know how you’ve used them.

NOTE: This is not a sponsored post; I was not compensated by the manufacturer for the product reviewed. This post does contain an affiliate link, which may result in my receiving a small fee when you make a purchase through the link. This disclosure is being made in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

Marcie Lovett, Organized by Marcie
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One Response to product review – cleaning erasers

  1. Mui says:

    I first tried them over 13 years ago. I got so excited about how well they worked that ran around my office trying to clean everything within reach. I haven’t been without them since. Great for kid graffiti at home, removing stuck on grease around the kitchen, scuff marks, neglected years of dust on baseboards, anything!! And there’s generic magic erasers you can get for a fraction of the price too.

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