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20 Great Ways To Use Magic Erasers All Around Your House

If you're some sort of domestic wunderkind who has never met a mess that wasn't his match - congratulations! For the rest of us mere mortals, however, cleaning and scrubbing can be quite the task, which is why I'm such a huge fan of any tool that can get the job done faster and with less effort required.

One of the best examples of such a tool is something that's gained an almost cult-like status: the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. That's not a misnomer, by the way, because this thing can seriously clean just about anything under the sun. It really is magic.

While they're most popularly used on walls, the video below shows several incredible ways to use Magic Erasers all over the house. One great tip, by the way, is to cut the sponge into thirds and dampen with a spray bottle of water. This provides much more control, and helps them last longer.

Although the video below shows 20 great uses, we picked out four in particular.

1. Clean off scuff marks from your walls

This is one of the most popular ways to use Magic Erasers - in fact, it's also the most prominently advertised use by the company, too. There's a good reason for that because Magic Erasers really are a godsend for cleaning your walls (especially if you have kids that love to draw on them).

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2. Remove paint from skin

If your kid is a wall-art Picasso, there's a good chance they got that paint all over themselves, too. Paint can be particularly hard to remove, especially from a child's sensitive skin due to the amount of hard scrubbing and potentially harmful chemicals (nail polish remover) required. Luckily, the Magic Eraser can wipe it off with relative ease using just soap and water.

3. Banish stains from your Tupperware

Tupperware is a beloved storage solution in just about any kitchen, but it can also be tough to clean out in certain situations. There are plenty of solutions for this online, but the fastest has got to be using a Magic Eraser.

4. Keep your leather scuff-free

Got a pair of pricey leather shoes that are looking a little scuffed after a long night out? Skip the shoe repairman and lightly scour the scuff marks with your trusty Magic Eraser.

Watch the video below to see more great tips, and be sure to SHARE this with your family and friends.

H/T: VasseurBeauty

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