Put A Little Magic In Your Life

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So, I am participating in my first bloggy carnival, Works-For-Me-Wednesday which is hosted by Rocks In My Dryer.

If you are one of my loyal blog fans, and have no earthly idea what a bloggy carnival is you can go here to read more about it. As always people, this blog is about so much more than just entertainment.

You can thank me later!

Now, on with Works for Me Wednesday.

I’d like to add a little magic to your life.

Unless you’ve been living in a cave, you have probably heard of the magical product offered by Mr. Clean called THE MAGIC ERASER. While I’m not sure what makes it work like magic,  or what is involved in making the little sucker, all I know is that IT! REALLY! WORKS!

Oh my sweet soul, that thing really is magic. In the past week I have cleaned dirt from the soles of shoes, crayon marks from the Little Tykes table, dried, caked-on, burnt spaghetti sauce from my glass stove top, strawberry jelly from the linoleum, a scum ring from the bathtub (Ahem!), scuff marks from the wall courtesy of the cozy coupe and some sort of unknown foreign substance from the bar stool that looked like it had been there all week.

It’s actually better than magic.

And it works for me!

I’m all about a product that actually does what it claims to do. And Mr. Clean’s little gold mine actually does what it claims without leaving a trace of any cleaning solvent behind.

 So thanks, Mr. Clean for this for this wild, wonder tool that I use daily round these parts. I’ve even been known to purchase them for friends with small armies who love to display their artwork on walls and tables. I keep one in three different rooms here at the McResidence and for a few dollars, you can pick one up and then you’ll be singing it’s praises too!

Be sure to let me know if it works for you too!

Comments

  1. Someone's M-I-L says

    The generic works, too — Quick Eraser distributed by Family Dollar. However, the small print is: “CAUTION: The Quick Eraser may fade glossy plastic and soft or painted surfaces.” Maybe we should stick to Mr. Clean?? Hmm.

  2. says

    I first got these after the insistence of my 6 year old (Mr. Clean)…he loves cleaning products and has since he was swiffering the screen porch as soon as he could walk…..anyway, IT IS AWESOME!! I have cleaned my stovetop, coffee pot, front door, marks on the fridge, the tea pot, scuff marks on the hardwood floor, ……