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The Mr Clean Magic Eraser Gets Even Better With Extra Power #MrCleanMillion

Mr Clean Magic Eraser Extra Power

The Mr Clean Magic Eraser Gets Even Better With Extra Power #MrCleanMillion

Mr Clean has amazing products that work well and do what they say they are going to do.  Their Magic Eraser does things you would never expect a cleaning product to do.  I have used the original Magic Eraser’s to remove stickers from glasses and equipment, remove Sharpie marker from furniture (too much experience with this one) and then for general cleaning as needed.

Magic Eraser Extra Power

With the original Magic Eraser’s though I always struggled with how small they were and how quickly they broke down and became un-usable.  They worked great but I could easily go through an entire box on one small cleaning project.

Magic Eraser Extra Power 2

The new Extra Power Magic Erasers are much larger and much more sturdy.  They are designed to have 50% more strength than the original Magic Erasers.  If you have never used them or if you need more ideas for their use, check out some of the things I have experience with:

Removing stickers (price tags etc…) from products

Removing hair dye from bathroom sinks

Removing Sharpie marker from furniture

Remove grass stains from sneakers

Shine up the white walls on tires

Clean microwave splatters

Clean up paint scratches on your car

Clean up plastic coolers

Clean up spilled nail polish

Wall and baseboard scuffing

Removes dirt, crayon, markers off walls

And some other great tips…


The Magic Eraser cleans away more grime than the leading all purpose bleach cleaner without any harsh chemicals.  They have water activated micro-scrubbers to reach into the grooves of any surface.

Make sure you always have some Mr Clean Extra Power Magic Erasers on hand!

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