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Mr. Clean Tip

In the midst of browsing pinterest the other day, I came across this awesome tutorial to efficiently use every inch of the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser.
mr clean tip, cleaning tips
What you'll need: Magic Erasers, Scissors, and a Ziplock bag
What you'll do:
STEP 1: Purchase a few erasers
STEP 2: Cut the erasers in two inch square pieces
STEP 3: Place the finished product in a ziplock bag and only take one out when you need it. For example: I'll take a square in the shower and while my conditioner is setting, I'll clean the shower. I always felt like the erasers were wasted because everything it picks up, sticks to it, and eventually the whole eraser is covered in dirt. This way, only a chunk of the eraser gets dirty, and when you're done, simply discard the eraser, and head to your next cleaning destination.
mr clean tip, cleaning tips

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  • Iberkeley
    on Oct 16, 2015

    Check Wikipedia, there is a definitive description and explanation of the properties of the melamine foam. It's made by BAFS, the same people who manufacture Bayer's Aspirin, among other things. It's a huge German conglomerate.

  • AmericanWoman
    on Oct 16, 2015

    I found that the store brand of this falls apart faster than the brand name. I just cut off the "dead" part and keep using it.

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