Where do you use your Magic Eraser?

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One of the few cleaning products that I can say I absolutely love, is my Magic Eraser. It cleans up bathtub scum and glass shower doors like nothing. But I also used my Magic Eraser recently to remove scuff marks from a pair of white dress shoes. My daughter was a bridesmaid in her best friend's wedding and she scuffed up her shoes the day of the wedding. I pulled out my Magic Eraser and it worked like Magic!

So, how and where do you use your Magic Eraser?
q where do you use your magic eraser
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  • Debbie Goff Debbie Goff on Jan 17, 2017
    My daughter was coloring my hair, from a box and got it on the floor and this permanent color and the eraser got it out!!

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    • Wendy Elias Wendy Elias on Jan 19, 2017
      What? Wow! I have a nice-sized black spot on my carpet from my daughter coloring her hair! I have tried many of the "new" ways to get hair color out of carpets. None have worked. *sigh* I'm excited to try this. However, I DO KNOW that since it has had numerous cleaners AND has been there for months, this awesome trick may not work. But... Should this happen at HER HOUSE, now that she is married and gone, I can share this tip! So thank you! Thank you very much!

  • Jennifer | CrazyDiyMom Jennifer | CrazyDiyMom on Jan 17, 2017
    I love magic erasers for cleaning baseboards!

  • Gsc5943759 Gsc5943759 on Jan 17, 2017
    I have very successfully removed car paint when another car has left it's paint from a 'brush by' collision. Just damp Magic Eraser and light pressure. GWS

  • Gaye Wimmer Gaye Wimmer on Jan 17, 2017
    use Magic Erase all over the house - stains on kitchen counters and floors, scuff marks on any floor and wall or in the house, including molding. I have even used Magic Erase on my leather shoes to take of scuff marks. 10 years I have been using Magic Erase products. Love...love...love them!

  • Lorlq Lorlq on Jan 17, 2017
    does any one know if they sell it in a spray bottle? I use it on everything too and just discovered it got the grease off better than dawn on the tops of my cupboards over the stove and under the microwave -over-the stove The fan is not vented to outside (oops) and it gets really greasy never tried it always used Dawn but I swiped it once and the stuff came off instantly I really would like to buy it by the gallon the sponges shred to easily also the stuff works on plastic utility tables like nothing else I tried

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    • Jean Querciagrossa Jean Querciagrossa on Jan 20, 2017
      I love a product called Purple Power. It comes in spray bottles and is sold at auto supply stores. It cleans greas better than anything I have ever used. My neighbor came over with her bottle when I was scrubbing filthy, greasy car mats. When I sprayed it on, the dirt disappeared! I also use it in the laundry room. Gets grease, oil and even blood stains out.

  • Banjojane66 Banjojane66 on Jan 17, 2017
    I wipe the smoke and dirt off walls and doors! We have a small livingroom and lots of guests, so these work well!!

  • Pat Pat on Jan 17, 2017
    I use it on the glass top on my stove...it works to get the burnt on stuff off and there is no residue left

  • Ellie Ellie on Jan 17, 2017
    I've used it on my pool tile...does a pretty good job of getting the dirt that accumulates at the water line. Great product, just wish it didn't disintegrate so fast.

    • Betsy Wilson Betsy Wilson on Jan 20, 2017
      I've read not to use them in pools, but I did it ALL the time when we had a pool. It was the ONLY thing that would clean the plastic steps in the vinyl pool!!!

  • Catherine B. Patterson Catherine B. Patterson on Jan 17, 2017
    Walls! Gently rub over offending spot with a slightly damp Magic Eraser. Spots gone. Saves repairing when you are moving.

  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on Jan 18, 2017
    My husband ( does most of the cleaning in our home) LOVES magic erasers! When I come home with a new box, its like Christmas, we use it for everything

  • Micky Micky on Jan 18, 2017
    Use them to get the grease off kitchen cabinets, and all that grease that accumulates under the stove hood. I saw someone take off magic marker off a wall with these also.

  • Pam @ The Birch Cottage Pam @ The Birch Cottage on Jan 18, 2017
    I really need to use my Magic Eraser more! I never even thought to use it on the grimy kitchen cabinets!

  • Ardale Ardale on Jan 19, 2017
    I absolutely love Magic Erasers and use them on everything except cloth. I've used them to clean mildew off lawn furniture, scuff marks on our tile and marble floors, cleaning my glass cooktop, removed tea stains, coffee stains, mustard and ketchup stains on my formica counter tops so quickly, cleaning my stainless steel kitchen sink, I use them on my pots and pans, microwave, you name it I've used it on it and have so far not found anything it won't work on and work good on. I've used it on everything from ceramic tile, marble, formica, plastic, steel, tin, glass, wood (both sealed and painted woods). You name it and I bet I've used them on it at some point in time and if I haven't you can bet I will be trying it sometime. I've even used them to clean our fiberglass shower and whirlpool tub and scuff marks on our tennis shoes. I've also used them to clean the water line stains on our swimming pool liner before we open our pool in the spring. We smoke so our white staircase spindals turn dingy over time and with a little dawn and water and of course my Mr. Clean sponges they come out nice and white again. I have found that the off brands don't hold up as long or work as good as Mr. Clean does. I do wish they cost less and would hold us longer then they do but I will never be without them in my house because they save me tons of hard scrubbing using something else that I'd be having to do without them. These things are a real Godsend! Can you tell I really love these little sponges! LOL

  • Jamie Boyce Jamie Boyce on Jan 20, 2017
    I became hooked on these things one day while cleaning my mother's house. I had been trying for some time to find something that would clean her linoleum floor in the kitchen. Took up all the scuffs, wheels marks from the walkers, and food stains.

  • Cynthia Riley Cynthia Riley on Jan 20, 2017
    After the police left fingerprint powder all over the house to find out who invaded our house. Magic erasers removed the black powder

  • Michelle Hildebrandt Michelle Hildebrandt on Jan 20, 2017
    Is there anyway to make your own magic eraser?

  • Gay8021894 Gay8021894 on Jan 21, 2017
    I have bought the store brand of this magic eraser and it worked just as well and cost less, but by far this product and the brand name one clean the shower and tub better than anything else and I dont even use any cleaner most of the time it just takes soap scum right off.

  • Bls16439486 Bls16439486 on Jan 21, 2017
    I clean the sides of my pool with it.

  • Terri Sejnoha Behl Terri Sejnoha Behl on Jan 21, 2017
    Use it to clean you curling iron, it gets full of gunk from hair spray and other hair products. Works like magic!

  • A A on Jan 22, 2017
    Love this product and will clean anything I think it won't damage. I bought an off brand once on Amazon, but they were not as good. I cut them to the size I need for a job; less waste and sometimes easier to get into small spaces.

  • Eroque022810 Eroque022810 on Jan 22, 2017
    Wow what am I doing wrong? I hate them because they have never worked for me. I tried on white kitchen laminate counters and I scrubbed and scrubbed. I got the soft scrub and it worked like a charm. I tried them on my walls and once nothing came off not flat paint yet it did remove some of it. Soap scum nothing. Yet my sister loves them. I have no clue as to why I can't get them to work for me. I use brillo for a beautiful shiny stainless steel sink and faucets. I use Stanley degreaser for stove top and stainless steal appliances leaves it all shiny clean, doesn't last in a house of 5 but at least I can enjoy it while they are sleeping.

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    • Pam @ The Birch Cottage Pam @ The Birch Cottage on Dec 11, 2018

      Wow! I have never not gotten them to work. I have had them remove flat paint. They actually work amazing on soap scum, water build-up and glass shower doors. Are you buying name brand Magic Erasers?