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Tuesday, July 20, 2004
magic erasing power

We went to Target today, and looking through the cleaning stuff I found the Mr Clean Magic Eraser and, remembering Dorotha's review of its cleaning power, I decided to buy it. Holy crap. Can this thing clean or what? I first began by taking years worth of dirt off from around the handles to our kitchen cabinets and fridge. Then, I moved into the bathroom and scrubbed the sink. Then, I washed the wall around the stove and sink. Jo thought I had lost my mind as I was running around looking for stuff to clean! I also must warn of the Magic Eraser's mighty power. I decided to try it on a spot on our hardwood floors. Well, the spot came clean, but afterward that part of the floor looked much cleaner than any other part of the floor had ever looked. Incredible, yes, but no one wants a spotty office floor. So, I had to go over the rest of the office floor. And the floor looks great. Then, I emailed the company and suggested they make a floor mop kind of magic eraser. This would brillantly clean all kinds of floors without having to bend over. I think it is a great idea! Other than that nothing else interesting is going on (clearly, or I wouldn't be posting about cleaning with a Magic Eraser).

posted by knit wit | 7/20/2004 03:00:00 PM

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