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Mr. Clean’s Magic Eraser magically…works

Mr. Clean Magic Eraser is a must have with kids. When we bought the magic eraser it was out of desperation. We decided it wasn’t expensive. So, it was worth a shot. I have bought things in the past that were supposed to magically clean away kids art creations on walls and furniture. None of them worked.

You know what? The Magic Eraser really works. I had to rub hard but it removed even the ink scribbles on the painted doorway in the kitchen.

I found an old 1950’s Mr. Clean commercial. I think it is the first Mr. Clean commercial. I can’t help but sing along to the Mr. Clean jingle. It is catchy!

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wbiofcuTZBo]

I found a couple old French Monsieur Propre commercials. The jingle is in French but sounds very familiar.

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3E5QRpZZTko]

 


1974 – monsieur propre

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  • expatraveler October 19, 2007, 11:43 pm

    It might really work, but I’d read the ingredients very carefully because they use some really bad chemicals to make things magical! It’s a carcenogen… Maybe it’s removed by now, but I doubt it…

  • Pumpkin October 21, 2007, 9:13 am

    Oh, great! I’ll have to go back to locking the little scribbling monsters up all day. :)

  • expatraveler October 21, 2007, 10:43 pm

    Most swiss know these magical home remedies which do the same.. Maybe you know of a few? I think baking soda/powder might be one.

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