20 Below: Mr. Clean Magic Eraser

Last week I bought a package of Mr. Clean Magic Erasers on the advice 0f a Roots salesperson who suggested that it could be used to clean my leather bags.

Mr. Clean Magic Eraser, 4 pack, $3.47, Walmart

Well, the Magic Eraser sort of worked on my leather bags but it really did work magic around my kitchen. In seconds, yes, seconds, my stove top, my sink and my small kitchen appliances were gleaming. Now I’m kind of addicted and I’m trying it on everything. Last night my cupboards got a bit of Magic Eraser action and now they’re extra white, which obviously makes me happy. I’m discovering all the cleaning possibilities, are you?

4 Comments

  1. Shannon May 17, 2011

    I’ve never tried the Magic Eraser, but have always been intrigued by it. Thanks for testing it out, Jordana!

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    • Jordana May 17, 2011

      Yeah – I’ve been testing it out for almost a week now. Each day I seem to find something new to clean. I wonder if the novelty will wear off. So far, I’m pleased.

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  2. Johanne May 20, 2011

    Sounds like a plan, I’m totally trying this, too.

    -J!

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    • Jordana May 24, 2011

      It’s definitely worth a try. It cleaned up a lot of things around my place easily and quickly. It does wear out faster than I thought though. After one cleaning job (like my cabinet doors, for example) it pretty much has to be thrown out.

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