Really Impressed with the Chux Magic Eraser
I bought this Chux Magic Eraser recently & I gave it to a relative that's been trying to get stains off their toilet. To our surprise the stains on the toilet came off with ease, after months of trying every cleaning product & brush imaginable. This Chux Magic Eraser got rid of those stains. The only cons with this product is the size of the sponges in them, they could be bigger, but I'd definitely buy this again & recommend it.
Removed baked on stains off oven door!
I cleaned the oven successfully but could’nt get the last baked on stains off the glass door. I tried everything but nothing made an impression. I found these in the cupboard that my wife had got as a sample and “bingo” it removed the stains like magic. PS. Cleaning the oven would have be the worst domestic chore you could subject yourself to, horrible job.
Marks disappear but be careful!
These magic erasers are amazing, great to remove any stubborn marks on flat surfaces. You need to be careful using them on shiny surfaces and use them very lightly as they are abrasive and will remove sheen from high gloss finishes if you rub hard or too often.
It actually works!!
Our laundry caught on fire, tried cleaning the walls and cabinet, nothing worked. No chemical could clean the soot marks off. Tried the magic eraser and by suprise it actually worked! Was such a relief that it took off all the burnt marks from the fire! Saved us so much, then buying new paint and a whole new cabinet! Thanks magic eraser!
BEWARE Do not use on Formica kitchen bench top
Very excited to try this product. Not so excited by the mess it left. We spilled some black grape juice (from two burst grapes) on the kitchen bench and after wiping the spill could see a stain. Firstly tried the "Eraser" just with water - didn't work. Then tried it with a tiny amount of dish washing liquid. Stain gone, counter top has lost all of it's shine in the area "cleaned" Approximately 30cm by 30cm. I have no idea how to fix this and won't be using the product again.
My shower screen never looked cleaner - no effort and smell involved. It also works on mild mould in bath grout.
So far I tried it on stainless steel sink, fiber glass sink( although there is a warning on the package saying not to use on fiber glass spa), laminate kitchen benchtop - not a shiny one and I'm very happy with the results.
I started with 1 pack of 2 samples and ended up with a whole box.
Really is like magic on all non porous surfaces. Gets rid of dirt and grime easily, brings up light switches like new! Also shines up my fridge and stove top. Same with bathroom basin and tiles. I was doubtful when I first bought one, but now love this product. Worth every cent. $6.99 at Masters for a larger one.
Cleaning Caesarstone, Quantum Quartz, Silestone or any engineered Stone to remove Stains
While magic erasers are a great go to for many people to remove stains from most surfaces. BE WARNED with it's use on Stone Benchtops
Magic Erasers are made from a substance called Melamine Foam which is extremely hard and acts like an Extremely Fine Sandpaper
If you use this on a Stone Benchtop like Caesarstone or similar it will DULL THE SURFACE, leaving Patches or what we call Etching to the Surface through Mechanical means
It's like getting a piece of 1000 grit sandpaper and removing the Stain with that. something you would not do to a Stone Benchtop
One of the few products out there that actually delivers!
These little water activated sponges are DA BOMB!
I recently bought a white futon (my mistake, I know!), which was almost immediately marked by some newspaper. Nothing I tried removed the marks, so I called the store, whose employee recommended Chux Magic Erasers, saying she has yet to find a mark it can't erase.
I felt skeptical, but gave it a try, and it worked! I also used it on some marks on my walls, and had similar success.
The only downside is that the sponges can fall apart with excessive scrubbing, so be gentle.
I highly recommend this product - it's cheap, yet very effective!
It's a must have
If you have a toddler in your house who just loves to draw, you have to have one of these. It's so easy to use and does an amazing job. My living room walls had crayon marks that the multi purpose and sugar soaps could not remove but these erasers just did their magic so glad to have found this product.
DIL brought a huge pack of these for me from America as a gift and I was hooked! Cleans just about everything including black texta on plastic.
They then turned up, fairly pricey, at our local supermarket and now I`ve discovered them at the Reject Shop for $4 a huge block.
Strange thing is you can easily slice off the size pieces you need.
Clean teacups. No chemicals
Wipe any hard surface with one of these little beauties and off comes scum, texta, biro, dirt, tea stains, coffee stain, silver tarnish (I know!!) Wipe over your stainless steel sink and it will geam. You do not use it with any chemicals, so bonus.. no cost there and no chemicals either.
It works, which is always a bonus when a product makes big claim.
Once it is used it does look disgusting so I hide mine in a dish under the sink. They fall to bits, especially if used on rough texture.. but who cares. They are expensive. I was given some samples of a no branded ones and they fell apart even faster. I guess the yellow backing (or blue for the kitchjen) holds they together a bit.
Yes, It Works, Best Cleaner I've Ever Seen
My white coffee table was full of marks I couldn't shift, and I'd resigned myself to a tatty looking table. The Magic sponge erased the marks effortlessly, with no scrubbing. I have gone round the house and rejuvenated many surfaces on cupboards, walls, shelves etc. No need to repaint now. Just love it.
Sponges are too small
Questions & Answers
Can this product remove hair dye from wooden surfaces?
It probably could, but bear in mind the magic eraser is fairly abrasive even though it doesn't look or feel like it. I'd probably try baking soda & dishwashing liquid to get it off & if that didn't work I'd try a trick I found out about with getting rid of coffee stains on wood. You get a white cloth & iron it on the affected areas until you achieve the desired results. Last resort would be nail polish remover or eucalyptus oil.
Can it be used on lino floors that has a huge pink stain on it? I think it came from a pet food mat the my cats food was and it got wet and dye leached on to the floor,
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