Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Oh Oh It's Magic!

Mr. Clean Magic Eraser

LOVE IT! The banister on my stairs is white, well it's supposed to be anyways. I was not looking forward to the possibility that I would have to paint it (I HATE TO PAINT) On a whim, I took Mr. Clean and gave a good scrub. Viola'! Looks brand new! Awesome! 2 side notes: #1 don't buy the off brand; doesn't work #2 I went to elementary school with Mr. Clean's daughter. Yes, he was a real person (I think he died not too long ago) I've actually met him; and yes he looks like his "picture." Does he count as a celebrity?


  1. I had to laugh as I thought this post was from Lisa and hadn't scrolled down to see "Sissy"'s name. I thought the hatred of painting was a family thing! =)

    Try cleaning your lamp shades with a lint roller -- talk about easy and awesome!

  2. I totally agree with the lint roller on the lamp shades! The magic erasers are so fantastic, even the kids like to use them!

  3. Just becareful when using the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser on wood surfaces (dressers, tables, etc.) It may take the finish off. I learned the hard way, but it did take the Sharpie marker off!