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Sunday, May 17, 2009

Mr. Clean Magic Eraser (Original)

I must say, that when this product first came out several years ago I was super-enthused as I thought this would be my 'magical' answer.  But, at that time it didn't seem to be.
Recently, I received a buy one get one free coupon and combined it with a 75 cent coupon and purchased two boxes of these.  My thoughts were to try it out again as I had a couple of places within the home that "Mr. Clean" said his "Magic Erasers" could surely clean for me.
Well, he was right!!!  Check it out in the videos below.
What the site says: To remove more grime per swipe than the leading all purpose spray cleaner, reach for Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. It’s a powerful multi-purpose cleaning pad with water-activated micro-scrubbers that reach into the grooves of the surface to lift and remove dirt around your home with water alone. Mr. Clean Magic Eraser works on both tough dirt and everyday messes to leave surfaces sparkling clean. Try it for dirt on walls, doors, baseboards, glass tabletops, leather shoes and even your car windshield glass*.
So, since I got a whole box for free (eight for cents a piece) I'm offering one magic eraser to four winners.
So you can try these awesome 'magic erasers' out for yourself!  You know, I'm all about clean!
[Don't drop in the house today though; I'm behind on the baseboards and the light switches and the dusting -- and I have to write two articles before I get to it all.] :-D
To Win:
  • 1 entry)  comment here why you want to win one!
  • 3 entries) grab my badge and put it on your blog wall (if you already have it let me know)
  • 5 entries) go to Root & Sprout and read the daily article; comment here with what you think about the article.
  • 5 entries) comment on the article of the day at Root & Sprout so the author feels appreciated and let me know here that you did and on what article.
This giveaway ends this Friday, May 22nd, 2009, at midnight!  I will announce the winner here and/or contact you at your blog or via your email if I have it to let you know you've won.  I will need your address to ship to you but you can provide that via email.
Happy Monday!  It's a brand new day!  [Winner of Maddie Moonbeam's Garden is being calculated and will be announced later today!]



Jay said...

Those things work great! I never thought about using one on my car though. I'm glad to know I can without hurting the paint. My car is white also and it's tough to keep clean.

Baseball Mom said...

Well since you gave it such great reviews I wanna give it is try.

I was really impressed at how well it worked.

So I am
commenting (1 entry)
Have your badge (3 entries)

Karen said...

I love Magic Eraser, and can always use a new one, put my name in the drawing.

Dez said...

I bought this product when it first came out, and didn't work for me. I too, think either I was using it wrong (who reads directions?); or it has been improved! Guess I'll try it again! :)

Both Sides of Ben Marlan said...

Does it work on barns?

Baseball Mom said...

Hey! Remove me from this contest. I got one in the mail yesterday. I will save my chances for another give-a-way.


It got out the kool-aid stain on counter. It removed mark off kitchen floor. I even took it to the buggies on hood.

Thanks!! Good Luck to all!!

Farmer*swife said...

Awesome for you BBMom!!! They work wonders, right?!

Jessica Turner said...

I'd love to be in on this. I love those things and have several stains that could use some erasing!

Prohomemaker.Com said...

Your comment on cleaning the baseboards intrigued me because I have noticed the vacuum scuff marks lately.

Prohomemaker.Com said...

I read the article about encouraging your child to read. I think reading is *so* important -- it teaches kids English skills, which certainly helps them later in life.

Because I was a voracious reader as a child, I posted a comment on how my Mom encouraged me by recording books on tape to better my reading skills, while also allowing her to attend to my four siblings. I complimented her on that just this past MOther's Day. :-)