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scrivener
March 20th, 2005, 07:25 PM
Holy friggin' moley. Have you tried this thing out? Last Christmas, a few friends of mine were ranting about it and I went right to Longs the next day but they were sold out. Wednesday, I went to WalMart with some friends and picked up a two-pack for a buck-ninety-eight and gave it a spin yesterday.

The Magic Eraser is about three-and-a-half inches by two inches by one ince and looks like a very squishy, small-holed sponge. According to the directions, you run the eraser through some water, squeeze it out, and then rub gently anywhere you've got stubborn dirt. It really did the trick, too--my chest practically glowed in the dark!

Just kidding. Really. I used the sponge on my much-too-easily-stained sink, and it did okay there. Where it really jammed was on walls (near light-switches and alongside my bed), in my shower, and even on my toilet. I'm eager to try it out on the hard-water stains in my aquarium.

Seldom have I seen something that works as well as advertised, and the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser actually goes beyond that. Has anyone else put this to use? Were your results similar?

I'm hooked on this thing. I'm looking around for other things to scrub.

kimo55
March 21st, 2005, 12:16 AM
Holy friggin' moley. Have you tried this thing out? ... I'm looking around for other things to scrub.


Is this some new insidious form of advertising?!

1stwahine
March 21st, 2005, 05:43 AM
Holy friggin' moley. Have you tried this thing out? Seldom have I seen something that works as well as advertised, and the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser actually goes beyond that. Has anyone else put this to use? Were your results similar?

I'm hooked on this thing. I'm looking around for other things to scrub.

Sssoooo cute dem words! If I didn't know you on the forum, I'd say you were tweaking from drugs. No, I haven't tried using the product you stated but after your comment, I'll make it an effort to get some at Longs.

I run my home like a hospital and I'm alway's cleaning. Ususally, clorax, ajax or comet with a bit of elbow grese gets the jobs done. There's also another product non-toxic made out of oranges that's excellent for grease on doors, light switch plates or walls, etc. The best one is available at the Navy Exchange.

Mahalo, for the information. I'll let you know how it works for me. Cleaning is one of my passions...being Bi-Polor! Have a beautiful day and a safe week everyone. My countdown begins...5 more days till LAS VEGAS!

1stwahine
March 21st, 2005, 11:30 AM
oops. mistake!

kimo55
March 21st, 2005, 11:34 AM
Courtesy of the (gasp!):
"White Nationalist Community"

http://www.stormfront.org/archive/t-179590I_don't_know_how_well_these_work_but....html

kimo55
March 21st, 2005, 11:52 AM
ok. my turn:

Drinking two glasses of beer can relieve
headache pain.

Did you know that beer
makes an excellent salve for burns?
Well, it don't.

Before you head to the drugstore
or a streetcorner in Chinatown for
a high-priced inhaler filled with
mysterious chemicals, try chewing on
a couple of beers. They'll clear up your stuffed nose.

Achy muscles from a bout of the flu?
Mix 1 beer with
1 cup of beer. Let the mixture sit
for 30 minutes, then apply it as a
massage oil, for instant relief for
aching muscles.

Boring spouse?
Mix 1 beer with
1 cup of beer. Let the mixture sit
for 30 minutes, then apply it as a
salve in interior of spouse's mouth, for instant relief for
ho-hum conversation.

Sore throat? Just mix 1/4 cup of beer
with 1/4 cup of beer and take 1 tablespoon
six times a day. The beer kills the bacteria.

Cure urinary tract infections with beer.
Just dissolve two tablets of instant beer in a glass of beer
and drink it at the onset of the symptoms.
beer begins eliminating urinary tract
infections almost instantly -- even though
the product was never been advertised for
this use.

beer remedy for skin blemishes...
Cover the blemish with a dab of beer
and place a Band-Aid over it. beer
kills the bacteria, keeps the skin sterile,
dissolves the band-aid and
speeds healing. Works overnight.

Beer therapy for toenail fungus...
Get rid of unsightly toenail fungus by wearing shoes.
Voila! Fungus out of sight!
Or soak your toes in beer mouthwash.
The powerful antiseptic leaves your toenails
looking healthy again.

Easy eyes protection... To prevent the screws in
eyes from loosening, apply a small drop
of beer polish to the
threads of the screws before tightening them.

Beer cure for rust... Forget those expensive
rust removers. Just saturate an abrasive sponge
with beer and scrub the rust stain.
The acid in the beer is what
gets the job done.

Cleaning liquid that doubles as bug killer...
If menacing bees, wasps, hornets, 1stwahine, or yellow
jackets get in your home and you can't find
the insecticide, try a spray of Formula beer.
Insects drop to the ground instantly.

Smart splinter remover...just pour a drop of
Beer-All over the splinter, let dry,
and peel the dried glue off the skin.
Eat any skin that also peels off.
(if it's good enuff for Goldmember...)
The sphincter sticks to the dried glue.

Hunt's beer paste boil cure...cover the
boil with beer paste as a compress.
The acids from the beer soothe the pain
and bring the boil to a head. (and it's a good beer head.)

Balm for broken blisters...To disinfect a
broken blister, dab on a few drops of
Beer... a powerful antiseptic.

Heinz Beer to heal bruises...
Soak a cotton ball in white beer (Bud lite is white beer.)
and apply it to the bruise for 1 hour.
The beer reduces the blueness and
speeds up the healing process.
Best if bruise is on the tongue.

Kills fleas instantly. Dawn Beer does the trick.
(breakfast of champions) Add a few drops to
your god's bath and shampoo the animal
thoroughly. Rinse well to avoid skin irritations.
Goodbye sober fleas.
You will say: "my dog is an awesome dog!"

Rainy day cure for dog odor... Next
time newroots or your dog comes in from the rain,
simply wipe down the animal with Bounce Beer
or any dry beer, instantly making
your dog smell brewery fresh

Beer hops and Oats for fast pain relief....It's not
for breakfast anymore! Mix 2 cups of Beer Oats
and 1 cup of beer in a bowl or stein and warm in
the microwave for 1 minute, cool slightly,
and apply the mixture to your hands or inside of mouth for
soothing relief from arthritis pain. Or any pain.

1stwahine
March 21st, 2005, 11:56 AM
that's funny kimo. i deleted the whole thing cause i wasn't sure if it was permissable to post since i didn't have the site to acknowledge. i not mad just confused.

kimo55
March 21st, 2005, 12:05 PM
that's funny kimo. i deleted the whole thing ...


'da hell!?
Now errybody goin say; what dat dumb kimo wen mean wen he wen tell us
"my turn"
?!
Cheese Zeus!
Ya mess me up, yooo!
make any funny kine, li dat!

pzarquon
March 21st, 2005, 12:26 PM
Seldom have I seen something that works as well as advertised, and the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser actually goes beyond that. Has anyone else put this to use? Were your results similar? I'm hooked on this thing. I'm looking around for other things to scrub.I've seen a lot of happy chatter 'bout this thing, on household review sites (http://housekeeping.about.com/od/productreviews/gr/mrcleanmagicer.htm), organizing/cleaning forums (http://www.thriftyfun.com/Cleaning/tf422866_cle.html) and stuff like that (believe it or not, Scrivener, there are whole communities out there dedicated to being neat and tidy!). Haven't picked any up myself, though with the increasing number of "spontaneous domestic art" (i.e. toddler scrawls) in our home, it might very well be time to do so.

kimo55
March 21st, 2005, 12:30 PM
Have you tried this thing out? The Magic Eraser is about

years ago, I usta sell allll those as seen on tv gagdets and tools and kitchen stuffs... all over the place. To Longs and other retail outlets...
One of them was a version of this. It has been around for a couple decades.

1stwahine
March 21st, 2005, 12:54 PM
'da hell!?
Now errybody goin say; what dat dumb kimo wen mean wen he wen tell us
"my turn"
?!
Cheese Zeus!
Ya mess me up, yooo!
make any funny kine, li dat!

it wasn't intentional, honest. however, it is funny now that it's deleted. yep, dey goin wanda wat ya mean by "my turn"! heheheheh (fogot it's banned). :D

kimo55
March 21st, 2005, 01:03 PM
it wasn't intentional, honest. however, it is funny now that it's deleted. yep, dey goin wanda wat ya mean by "my turn"! heheheheh (fogot it's banned). :D



yea.
well, errybody always knows, no maddah wot;
"it's Kimo's turn".

U'ilani
March 21st, 2005, 02:25 PM
Hm, this sounds like a product my kids could really use to make their chores easier. :)

I googled it and found out that there is a message board devoted to Mr. Clean products. Weird.

http://www.mrcleanforum.com/phpbb/ (http://)

scrivener
March 22nd, 2005, 07:39 AM
...believe it or not, Scrivener, there are whole communities out there dedicated to being neat and tidy!

You try to teach your kids some good values. You try to raise them in a world that encourages decency and goodness. And then you learn a thing like this and it shatters your faith in humanity. How are we supposed to protect our children from the psychotic maniacs on the Internet?

I need to go lie down. I can't, though, because my path is blocked by a mountain of laundry and 300 CDs missing cases and 299 cases missing CDs.

Glen Miyashiro
March 22nd, 2005, 11:38 AM
It works better than anything else I've tried to get crayon scribbles off my walls, although it still requires some elbow grease. Good stuff.

craigwatanabe
March 22nd, 2005, 04:35 PM
Now lets see if it'll work on our beloved politicians!

1stwahine
March 22nd, 2005, 07:25 PM
yeah, da senator dat wen stop the safe haven for keikis law. auwe! :mad:

Albert
March 23rd, 2005, 01:22 PM
I wonder if it would work removing chewing gum from cloth?

(People who carelessly discard their used chewing gum should be .... no, it's the Easter weekend so I won't say what I had in mind.)

1stwahine
March 23rd, 2005, 07:46 PM
:eek: oh no! where's everybody? wanted to erase dem politicians, not the forum! goodnight everyone. ;)

auntie lynn

adrian
May 27th, 2005, 06:30 PM
Got a "free sample" (actually, it was the actual product, but I had to wait 2 months) and it worked good. I don't know where it is (probably used it all) but I'll be using that to clean the hard stuff.