You probably know the feeling. You’ve just finished cleaning your house, and everything is nice and tidy. But then you notice a little scuff on the floor, a stain on the wall, or crayon marks on your furniture. You could spend hours trying to remove these stubborn stains using other household cleaners — or you could take one of those magic erasers out of your cleaning caddy and watch it go to work on nearly any surface in the house!
Remove glue from walls.
If you have ever used glue for crafts or for your DIY projects, then you know that it can be tricky to remove. Magic Erasers are great at removing glue from walls because they are so absorbent and have a coarse texture. However, there is one important thing to keep in mind when using them: they will not work on any wall that has been painted or treated with oil-based paint. If your wall has been painted with latex paint, then the magic eraser will work fine but may leave behind some white residue.
- To clean grout, wet the magic eraser and scrub the grout. Be sure to use a toothbrush to get into all of the nooks and crannies.
- Use a different color magic eraser if you have more than one color in your grout lines.
Erase marks from walls
- Use the flat side of a magic eraser to remove marks from walls.
- It works great on scuffs and other marks that are left from wall decals or posters.
Remove pen marks from various surfaces
The magic eraser is a melamine foam. Melamine is a synthetic material that can be used to remove permanent marker from walls and other surfaces. It is a good alternative to using chemicals, as it’s safe to use on most surfaces. Just remember that if you’re using the magic eraser on wood or painted walls, you’ll want to test an area first so that there aren’t any unexpected results down the road!
Remove soap scum from bathtubs and sinks
Soap scum is a buildup of soap and minerals that can be difficult to remove. One way to get rid of the unsightly residue is with a magic eraser, which will pick up all of the grime without any scratching or damage to your tub or sink
To use it:
- Dip the magic eraser into hot water for about 30 seconds (or longer if needed).
- Squeeze out as much moisture as possible before applying it to your surface.
- Leave it there for some time—an hour or two will usually do the trick! The longer it sits on your soap scum, the better it’ll work at removing and dissolving those stubborn stains.
- Rinse off when done and enjoy sparkling clean surfaces!
Remove crayon marks from walls, windows and other surfaces.
- Using a damp Magic Eraser, simply rub the crayon paint off of walls and other surfaces. If you have multiple layers of crayon on your walls, it may take some time to remove all of the paint. However, once removed, they will be much cleaner than if you tried to do so with any other material!
- The same goes for windows: use a damp Magic Eraser to wipe away any dirt or grime that’s built up on your glass panes. Your windows will gleam like never before!
Clean scuff marks on floors.
If you have hardwood, tile or linoleum flooring in your home, you probably know that scuff marks can be a constant problem. They get tracked in and out of doors, kids leave them on their shoes and pets walk all over them! But there’s an easy way to remove those pesky smudges and scratches with the help of a magic eraser. First, place the sponge side down on your flooring and gently rub it across the area where you want to clean up the scuffs. Then flip it over so that only its abrasive side is touching the surface—this will help buff away any residue left behind by other cleaners (like bleach). Once finished cleaning with this method, use soap and water to wash off any remaining residue before letting everything dry overnight if possible.”
Magic erasers are not just for cleaning markers off of walls.
You can use magic erasers to clean many different surfaces. You don’t just have to stick with the walls in your home; these handy cleaners can help you clean off glass, wood, tile, plastic and more. Magic erasers are perfect for small spills because they’re so easy to use—just wet the sponge side of the pad and rub away!
There is no magic but melamine foam itself
Melamine foam is a synthetic material that has been used in cleaning since it was invented in the 1960s. The 3D inner structure of melamine foam makes it highly abrasive and able to clean surfaces very well. Melamine foam also has a porous surface, which means it can absorb liquids and other materials like dirt and oil. This makes it great for use on many different surfaces like glassware, dishes, pots and pans, countertops and tile floors; you name it!
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