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Tackling the Tough Jobs with Magic Erasers #Giveaway

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Mr Clean tackles a Million jobs #MrCleanMillion #DDDivas Being the man of the house means many of the “dirty deeds” are left for me. This means working on anything from changing high lightbulbs to cleaning bugs from the garage to hosing down garbage cans. I depend on my own handyman skills and know how but also know when to get help.

Just this weekend I tackled some of the dirtiest or toughest jobs around the house. I brought along some of the best products out there, assortment of  Mr. Clean Magic Erasers.  In every room of the house (and beyond) a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser can be used to clean the grimiest of messes. We have them stashed in each bathroom and in a basket under the kitchen sink. I’d have them in my garage if I has easy access to water there too.

Mr Clean Magic Eraser tackles a Million jobs #MrCleanMillion #DDDivas So while Melinda is out with her family today I’m here working on my “Honey Do” list armed with cleaners, rags and a supply of Mr. Clean Magic Erasers. This weekend’s tasks included

  • Cleaning the wheels on Melinda’s car
  • Sanitizing Shaun’s lacrosse and football equipment
  • Clearing the film from the headlights so the lights would shine better
  • Tackling the soap scum build up on our shower doors
  • Wiping leftover food from the microwave
  • Getting rid of baked on food on ceramic cooktop
  • Sprucing up garden storage box
  • Cleaning out the dog’s crates
  • Wiping dog nose prints from kitchen door
  • Spraying down lawn furniture
  • Cleaning the weird film off the backs of dishes

Sounds like a big list doesn’t it. Most of them were simple tasks that required just a few minutes. Some were a bit more labor intensive. The cleaning of the dishes was one those more involved chores. I left it for the teen. For some reason (I’m guessing because both sides of the dishes are wiped before going into the dishwasher) or dishes developed a brown film on the underside of them. This happened on our plastic cups too. The Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Kitchen Scrubber took all the grime off with a little elbow grease.

The rest of the chores got done too. Melinda came home that day to an exhausted husband but a super clean home.  Mr. Clean Magic Erasers aren’t just for crayon smudges and kitchen counters. We use them in our entire home, inside and out. Best part is they are reasonably prices and available EVERYWHERE. Attack your dirtiest mess with a magic eraser and see the results for yourself.

Melinda’s headed into the kitchen to see how clean she can get her cookie sheets and glassware from baked on cooking spray.

Find out for yourself how Mr Clean is can help you clean a million messes around the house with a Mr Clean Magic Eraser giveaway. Enter to win by telling us one of the first jobs you’d like to tackle or something you’ve already cleaned with the help of Mr. Clean Magic Erasers.

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Your entries must follow the rules or they won’t be eligible for prizes. This contest ends 11:59 pm, Tuesday, August 19, 2014. The winners will be emailed and will have 48 hours to claim their prize. This contest is open to Contiguous US residents, age 18 or over. For complete rules please read our blog contest rules page.

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  1. Trisha Burgess says:

    I used them to get the hard water stains out of the bath tub!

  2. Trisha Burgess says:

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  6. Jessie C. says:

    I would use Mr. Clean Magic Erasers to clean kitchen sink.

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  12. Jessica Beard says:

    I’d tackle the bath tub.

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  15. Sadie B. says:

    I would clean a few walls and then some shoes with these.

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  18. I’d use them on cleaning up our American Girl dolls! They are gentle enough to use yet strong enough to get the job done!

  19. I am a Facebook follower!!

  20. nannypanpan says:

    I’d like to tackle my outdoor furniture

  21. nannypanpan says:

    blog lovin nan

  22. ellen beck says:

    The better question for me is what I dont use a majic eraser fo, since I love the brand! I think the best thing to clean is in the kitchen behind the stove and anywhere grease collects. Magic erasers do a wonderful jb!

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    I am an email subscriber

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  27. Terri S. says:

    First thing I want to tackle is the soap scum on my shower doors.

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    Email subscriber

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    Google+ follower

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  36. My favorite cleaning job with the magic eraser is cleaning shoes. Especially white tennis shoes. I can get them so clean!

  37. Like both on FB!

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  42. Jennifer Tilson says:

    I’d like to use a Magic Eraser to work on the patio furniture.

  43. Jennifer Tilson says:

    I’m an e-mail subscriber.

  44. Jennifer Tilson says:

    I follow Melinda on Google+ under Jennifer Tilson.

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  53. I would want to get the crayon off my walls

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  60. Susan Christy says:

    I moved into a house with a big black spot in the sink. I tried every single cleaning product under the sun. After seeing the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser TV commercial when it first came out, I bought one and in 2 seconds that stain was gone. It was amazing and I’ve been a fan ever since.

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    LIKE LookWhatMomFound…and Dad too! & Mr Clean on Facebook

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  72. Dawn Monroe says:

    Id do my walls. There are finger prints at a certain height 🙂

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    I’m a google+ follower . Dawn Monroe

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    I subscribe to emails.

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    I follow on google + Jessica Beard

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  92. Lisa L says:

    I’d use the Mr. Clean Magic Erasers to clean my walls

  93. Lisa L says:

    I’m an email subscriber

  94. Lisa L says:

    I’m a Google + follower (Lisa L)

  95. I’d like to clean my patio furniture

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