60 Uses for Magic Erasers

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I love using magic erasers! I have found so many uses for them around my home. Whenever I find a huge list of uses for magic erasers, I usually try to stop and read it because I almost always learn a new use for these handy little puppies!

Here are some of my favorite lists of uses for magic erasers! You never know what you’ll learn from one of these!

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But first a disclaimer about magic erasers. Magic erasers are super abrasive, so always (did you get that, always) check the surface you are going to clean before going all cowboy on it. Mkay?

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Here are some of my favorite lists of uses for magic erasers! You never know what you’ll learn from one of these!

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60 Uses for Magic Erasers

Clean shower doors

Clean a whiteboard

Leave in toilet bowl to remove a ring

Inside coffee/tea cups to remove rings

Clean white grout

Remove hair dye from bathroom sink

Clean a keyboard

Remove permanent marker

Clean a microfiber couch

Clean stubborn bathtub stains

Remove rust from pipes or surfaces

Clean your refrigerator (inside, outside, and even the seal)

Clean the inside and outside of your dishwasher

Car interior scuffs and scratches (test first)

Glass stove tops

Scuff marks on floors, shoes or walls

Furniture (especially outdoor furniture)

Clean spots off of glass (windows or drinking glasses)

Clean rubber shoes

Shine tarnished silver

Remove nail polish stains (test surface first)

You love Mr. Clean Magic Erasers. They’re amazing for cleaning everything around the house. You never know what a Magic Eraser can clean next, amiright? Plus, they’re chemical free, which means they’re safe even for a home full of kids and pets. And here is why you will never buy Magic Erasers again.

Remove stickers

Kids’ wall art in all mediums

Clean your grill

Remove stains from plastic storage containers

Remove dried paint

Remove soap scum from tubs and showers

Clean the inside of a cooler

Clean a microwave

Clean mirrors (might prevent fogging)

Clean baked-on food from your favorite pans

Clean the oven hood

Remove algae from a pool liner

Remove bugs from a windshield (stay away from the paint, though!)

Remove ink from your hands (I wish I would have seen this one a few days ago!!)

Remove stains from concrete

Remove stains and odor from carpet

Clean toys

Clean railing

Clean vinyl siding on house

Remove paint from door knobs/hinges

Remove soot

Clean oven racks

Clean outdoor decor (like pots, bird baths, & bird feeders)

Clean cookware

Clean car tires

Shine faucets & bath fixtures

Clean hairspray buildup from bathroom

Polish jewelry

Clean window screens and tracks

Clean a bicycle

Clean outdoor toys

Remove paint and marker from hands

Buff scuffs on cars (at your own risk!!)

Clean stains from leather

Remove product buildup from hair tools

Clean cloudy headlights

Clean hubcaps

Clean cell phone case

Clean cookie sheets

If you enjoyed this giant list of tips, you definitely want to check out this post about why you will never buy Mr. Clean Magic Erasers again!

You love Mr. Clean Magic Erasers. They’re amazing for cleaning everything around the house. You never know what a Magic Eraser can clean next, amiright? Plus, they’re chemical free, which means they’re safe even for a home full of kids and pets. And here is why you will never buy Magic Erasers again.

 

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2 thoughts on “60 Uses for Magic Erasers

    1. Bobbie, I have used them on my painted cabinet doors before, but you need to be careful. Magic erasers are basically sandpaper made out of glass, so they will scratch things and remove paint really quickly. I would spot test first. 🙂

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