I think we are going to have to issue another crayon ban around here. We had one of these last year because our delightful daughter decided to get creative, on my walls. I even gushed about the greatness of the Mr. Clean Magic Erasers. Well, she got better about that until this last month….
All I can say is that I should just get stock in the company…or they should at least pay my daughter. lol Once again she has decided she wants to be an artist apparently….
This, by the way, is me according to my daughter. While I appreciate the use of my favorite colors, I would have much preferred a nice drawing on paper that I could have hung on my refrigerator This, among many other reasons, is why you do not turn your back on a 3 year old.
So once again I am forever grateful for those little “magic” erasers. And boy are they handy dandy things. Here are a few more things they are useful for:
Clean doll faces—This is something that would have been great for my mother when I was younger. I just loved to right one my dolls faces for some reason. Hmmm, maybe my daughter gets her artistic tendencies from me after all!
Remove nail polish from walls, carpets, wooden objects, and plastic— Have I mentioned how much my daughter just LOVES nail polish?
Remove food stains from inside plastic containers— This one interests me. Will be trying this out.
Remove paint overspray that has dried— Kinda geeking out over this one since I have had plenty of overspray problems in my projects. Will also be utilizing this use.
Remove toilet bowl rings— You just cut a piece off and put it in your toilet over night!
Remove melted plastic off of the side of a toaster oven— Obviously I am not the only one who manages to melt the bread bag to the toaster oven…(tip **take bread off of the top of the toaster oven before turning it on)
Those are just a few of the things you can clean with Magic Erasers, the list is pretty long as to what you can do with them!