65 ways to use Magic Erasers all around your home

You’ll be amazed at what you can do with those little white blocks!

And they only cost £1.69!

Kitchen

Clean inside the fridge
Clean fridge and dishwasher door seals
Clean oven shelves and door
Remove dust and grease from the cooker hood
Clean splatters inside the microwave
Remove built-up baked on grease inside the deep fryer
Remove cooked-on stains in pots and pans
Remove baked-on brown spots on cookware
Remove coffee and tea stains inside a mug, cafetiere or thermos
Remove rust spots & stains on worktops
Clean stained caulking along the kitchen sink and workrtop
Remove fingerprints and dirt on light-colored kitchen cupboards
Remove food stains inside plastic food containers
Clean plastic bins
Clean vinyl seats on kitchen stools

Bathroom

Remove soap scum from the bath and shower
Clean and shine bathroom taps and fixtures
Remove stains on the underside of the toilet seat and around the hinges
Clean mirrors
Clean tiles and grout
Remove scuff marks and dirt from tiled and vinyl floors
Remove hairspray build-up on tiles, mirrors and vanity units
Remove toothpaste splashes from mirrors and tiles
Remove hair dye from worktops and floors

Jewellery and accessories

Clean and polish gold jewellery
Remove tarnish from silver
Clean suede
Remove stains on leather shoes, handbags, etc
Remove grass stains from shoes

Electrical equipment and appliances

Clean dried hairspray off hair straighteners and curling tongs
Clean the soleplate of an iron
Remove fingerprints and build-up on a keyboard and mouse
We’re reliably informed they remove Sharpie from computer monitors and crayon from TV screens! You can also use Magic Erasers to remove magic marker, permanent marker, and ballpoint ink from virtually any surface.

Walls, skirting boards and floors

Remove scuff marks and hand prints from painted walls. Note: Do not rub hard on painted walls or you will remove the paint, just lightly dampen the Magic Eraser and very lightly wipe the wall just once or twice (much more than that and you’ll take some paint).
Remove soot from walls near the fireplace
Remove scuff marks from skirting boards
Remove shoe marks from the kickplate of house and car doors
Remove pet wet nose marks from windows
Remove paint and nail polish from carpet
Remove dried paint from door hinges

Outdoors

Remove rust and corrosion that’s built-up on the outside of pipes
Clean outdoor furniture and remove scuff marks
Remove green algae and bird droppings from concrete garden features, planters and ornaments
Clean within the grooves of garden ornaments
Remove pollen from outdoor furniture, cars, etc
Clean white vinyl door handles
Clean outdoor window sills stained from leaves and dirt
Remove green mildew from fascias and gutters, conservatories and caravans
Remove mildew from tents, vinyl canopies, and awnings
Remove stains from the underside of boats

Cars and bikes

Remove brake dust from tyre rims
Clean and shine hubcaps
Clean car tyres, including white walls
Remove dirt and grime on the vinyl roof of a convertible car
Clean vinyl windows in ‘pop-up’ campervans and convertibles
Clean inside the car (arm rests, dashboard, etc)
Remove scuff marks from the back of car seats (eg from childrens’ shoes)
Remove scuff marks on motorcycle helmets
Clean bicycles, including the tyres and rims

Miscellanous

Clean dry-wipe whiteboards
Clean and shine things up before you sell them at a car boot sale
Clean toys
Remove soot from hurricane lamps and candles in glass jars
Remove the chalk marks after pattern-cutting for dressmaking

If you paint with water colors, and want to lift some color off the rag paper, Magic Erasers do it best, and restores the white to the paper.

BONUS

Here’s four tips to help you get more life out of your Magic Erasers:

Cut Magic Erasers into 4 or even 8 equal-sized pieces (across the width, not the length) to get much more cleaning out of a single block!

Lightly mist Magic Erasers with water using a spray bottle, rather than saturating it with water (which causes it to shrivel up more).

Scrub lightly with the Magic Eraser, then wipe the area with a wet towel to avoid smearing the dirt and grime, and to remove any residue.

When your Magic Eraser starts to get dirty, spray it with water to rinse it and revive it. Squeeze the excess water out, and continue using it until the block starts to shred apart.

CAUTION!

Magic Erasers clean by micro-abrasion. Wipe lightly (don’t scrub hard) and try a small concealed area first.

Thanks to Fun Times Guide: Household Tips for ideas and inspirations