Mr Cleans Magic Eraser Review – Video Demo – review and video demonstration of Mr. Clean’s Magic Eraser. Does Mr Cleans work?
I often see products on TV and wonder if they actually work. I think there’s plenty of commercials that conveniently set up the product to be an undoubted success, i.e. make the task at hand simple enough that there’s no chance to fail. Mr. Clean’s Magic Eraser seemed like one of those “too good to be true” stain remover gimmicks, so I never even considered buying them. I thought the Mr. Clean’s Magic Eraser was just a sponge.
Now that I’ve tried it, I’m impressed (see video demonstration below). Mr. Clean’s Magic Eraser gets rid of the stubborn stains and marks that you can’t get rid of using normal, every day remedies. Mr. Clean’s Magic Eraser feels like a very dense sponge. To use the Magic Eraser, you simply wet it, wring out the extra water, and rub it on the surface you want to clean.
Mr. Clean’s Magic Eraser stain remover is not recommended for certain surfaces such as high gloss, polished, satin, copper, wood, etc. However, I tested it on my turkey roaster and it worked fine. (see video) I would suggest you test it on an inconspicuous area first.
Mr Cleans Magic Eraser Review – Video
I’ve heard Mr. Clean’s Magic Eraser stain remover works great on scuffs, crayon marks on walls, marks on doors, etc. I’ve also used it to clean the stains out of my coffee pot. It takes a bit of elbow grease, but it works like a charm. Mr. Clean’s Magic Eraser is made up of fibers that lift and trap the “dirt,” removing the mark.
And, if you’ve heard that Mr. Clean’s Magic Eraser stain remover has been banned from stores because it contains formaldehyde, don’t believe it. I checked it out on snopes.com and this story has been proven false.
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