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Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Mr Clean brings magic

It's been a long time since I got excited about cleaning anything. But Mr. Clean is worth getting excited about. A few years back, when I was holding my itty bitty first born baby, e-mails were circulating about this product causing chemical burns on kids skin. After getting this scary story forwarded 8 times, I vowed to never purchase anything that could do that much potential harm to my bundle of sweetness.

Well, fast forward 4 years, and I have a little girl who likes to color on my walls. Nothing, NOTHING gets out crayon marks! I broke down and bought some magic erasers. Why hasn't anyone told me about this? Not only did the crayon marks dissapear, but my banged up walls look brand new. Places that I planned on painting are now scratch free. AWESOME.

I've rolled my eyes at the bulk size Magic Erasers at Sam's Club, but I can tell you now I'm grabbing that 32 pack next time I see it.

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Kristin said...

I had no idea about the horrible reputation of the Magic Eraser; I only know that I love it and would kiss that Mr. Clean on his bald head if he'd let me. :)

Lorie said...

Magic Erasers are wonderful. And the chemical burn thing isn't true. It is an abrasive (so it is like sandpaper) and if you rub it on a kid it is going to take off their skin.

You also need to be careful what you use them on. They work well because they sand off the top layer of stuff! So don't use them on things like granite or anything with a coating or glaze like ceramic sinks. It will dull them.

Marlene said...

Thank you for the reminder about this product! I have crayon marks on my office wall and will be giving this a try. Gotta go update that grocery list now . . .


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