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Old 03-13-2009, 08:19 PM
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You can use the Magic erasers just about anywhere.
I have a tub that has not had a finish on it since we moved in and my sister told me to use nn toilet bowl cleaner on it. Just squeeze it in and if you have time spread it around. My tub is cleaner than it has ever been! and it is easy too!
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Old 03-14-2009, 06:39 AM
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Old 03-14-2009, 08:40 AM
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We have really hard water & I use Lime Away for the toilets & there is a brand for the tub as well - Seems to work really well for me - I haven't really had much luck with the magic erasers - Maybe I was using them wrong.
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Old 03-14-2009, 09:14 AM
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I feel a little dumb asking, but how do you use your magic eraser? To scrub out the sink or tub or do you just use it on counters? I use mine strictly to wipe permanent marker off of plastic or other smooth surfaces. Maybe I should be using it in the bathroom.
That's not a dumb question at all! I use it in the bathtub and sink. I usually use the tub cleaner with it. I also use it to wipe down the cabinet under the sink and to wipe off my washer and dryer --yep, in my bathroom. Apt. living. UGH!. I've used it on the floor, too, to wipe off hair spray, gel and other things that get spilled on the floor...even around the toilet to clean up after my son. I always throw it away after that!
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I have really hard water & once or twice a year I use a pumice stone to get deposits off the sink & tolet. For regular cleanings I use comet or ajax on the sink & tolet. I also use a micofiber cloth for the counter. I have a shower rather than tub & use fantasik on the walls & comet on the floor.
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Cool Best products to use to easily clean a bathroom?

For my shower / tub , I love "Tilex, Soap Scum Remover ". My shower/tub is all acrylic and this works really great on that type of surface.
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In the bedroom we only have a shower and it has ridges in the floor part that are very difficult to clean. I've tried all kinds of cleaners including several mentioned but the only thing that works really well is Magic Eraser. I did try oven cleaner, which didn't work but haven't tried toilet bowel cleaner yet. A coworker told me she uses Awesome degreaser from the dollar store to clean her bathroom, rug, shoes, etc. so I got some and it works really well on the rug but haven't tried it in the bathroom yet.
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In the bedroom we only have a shower and it has ridges in the floor part that are very difficult to clean. I've tried all kinds of cleaners including several mentioned but the only thing that works really well is Magic Eraser. I did try oven cleaner, which didn't work but haven't tried toilet bowel cleaner yet. A coworker told me she uses Awesome degreaser from the dollar store to clean her bathroom, rug, shoes, etc. so I got some and it works really well on the rug but haven't tried it in the bathroom yet.
I love Awesome for cleaning around the house. My son loves to clean his sneakers with it, too.
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