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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit
If you have an outdoor fountain that keeps getting algae and mold, throw in a magic eraser and it will keep the water clean. [R]1 month, 3 weeks agofm2xm posted submission on lifehacks.
Sept. 20, 2019
Sept. 21, 2019
I am also in a similar scenario of having to clean the fountain fairly regularly. 100pcs/$12 looks to be a deal. I checked out amazon and could not find your deal.
OP, may I request the amazon link?
Edit: will these do the trick?
100 x Magic Sponge Eraser Cleaning Melamine Multi-Functional Foam Cleaner https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LZB2HOQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_UbJHDbK17KNA9
[Zponge] Is this just a melamine sponge? [R]2 months agoDeadlyJoe posted submission on shittykickstarters.
Sept. 10, 2019
Sept. 11, 2019
$4 bucks on Amazon with free shipping...
The visual of those few Tupperware in your cabinet is all you need. [R]4 months agoHoldinWeight posted submission on funny.
July 13, 2019
July 14, 2019
Pro pro tip: Magic Erasers are just melamine sponges with the Mr Clean branding.. in fact you can get 100 melamine sponges for the price of 2 Magic Erasers.
100 x Magic Sponge Eraser Cleaning Melamine Multi-Functional Foam Cleaner https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LZB2HOQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_nJQkDbFS7Q68K
TIFU by trying to remove my body hair [R]4 months, 1 week agobukwirm posted submission on tifu.
July 7, 2019
So this just happened 20 minutes ago and to be honest I’m still not sure if I’m okay so any doctors out there that might read this, lemme know!
So, every summer I usually do a Nair hair removal on my body, from like upper stomach to mid thigh. I’ve been doing it for a few years to achieve that smooth as a baby dolphin skin, so i know my skin is not sensitive or allergic to this product.
Now, the Nair I buy comes with this little white sponge. This helps basically “wash the hair away” by rubbing it off. I typically wash mine after every use.
I recently went on a lake trip and I did my whole regime before I left. When I came back (as I was gone for quite some time) I noticed I missed a few spots and plus it was going to be date night soon so I figured what the hell, I’ll do a bit more
I was putting away my laundry after I came home, and found my sponge mixed in with my clothes. I set it aside, grabbed my clothes and lathered up with Nair. I waited my standard 5 or so minutes and hopped in the shower. Grabbed my sponge, and started rubbing.
oh my god. At first, nothing was amiss. I’m rubbing, and the hair is coming off (in pretty good chunks but hey the product is working!). As I finish my front, I start to move to my backside. My literal backside.
And then, it feels like I’m on fire. I go to wipe over a spot I already did and almost fall to my knees in pain. By now, I’ve almost finished my entire backside; back, lower butt and all. And it feels like my skin is eating itself.
Let’s pause here and take a trip down my own TIFU memory lane. About 10 years ago, I was young and had a sick birthday party with awesome temporary tattoos that I put everywhere. I had forgotten about them until it was time to go to school Monday morning, and in a holy shit everyone is going to make fun of me for having a pirate temporary tattoo on my cheek induced moment, I grabbed the Mr.Clean Magic Eraser from under our kitchen sink and scrubbed my face as vigorously as possible.
Now for those who don’t know what a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser is, lets just say it’s a small white sponge that packs the power of all the Greek Gods in it to remove any stain on any surface. I thought it would be a great move to scrub my skin with it, and boy was I wrong. The skin around my cheek melted off in some sort of disgusting science experiment and scabbed, leaving everyone to call me “zombie girl” for weeks. Safe to say, I am traumatized and know exactly what that sensation feels like.
Okay, back to the present. So here I am, skin burning and glaring red. I finish my shower, change into the loosest clothes I own, and lay down to cry. As I’m in bed, my grandfather comes over and says “hey, I cleaned the bathroom and threw my magic erasers in with your laundry. Did you find them when you put away your clothes?”
And that my friends, is the moment I had a flashback of my zombie face trauma, and knew I had made the biggest FU of my life, twice
And of course, here’s the proof on my body.
TLDR; Used a magic eraser to take off my hair removing product. Gave myself ptsd as I have done this before, and now I have chemical burns all over my body.
I was inspired by a response someone posted on r/AskReddit about an inexpensive purchase that changed their life. As they suggested, I ordered a brush that attaches to my drill, and used it to scrub out the chaos my children caused all winter. Worked awesome! [R]7 months, 3 weeks agoMyNameIsRay posted submission on pics.
March 24, 2019
LPT: Don't waste your money on Mr Clean Magic Erasers. Buy melamine foam in bulk. It's the same thing without the name brand. [R]8 months agoFEwood posted submission on LifeProTips.
March 14, 2019
EDIT: FYI Neither Mr Clean Magic erasers nor generic melamine foam have cleaner in them. It's just abrasive foam. Just because it's sold by Mr Clean does not mean it has cleaning chemicals in it.
Check the MSDS
Tips: Read reviews and get a good brand. Some of the generics are poorly made.
Magic erasers are abrasive. Use common sense and don't use them on something that easily scratches.
They work great for cleaning shoes, walls, soap scum, etc.
March 14, 2019
Mouse in garage [R]1 year agoagent_of_entropy posted submission on HomeImprovement.
Oct. 29, 2018
Found a mouse in my garage and did a little searching around and noticed a cylindrical hole through the bottom of the cement wall foundation just small enough that he can get through. I also noticed one that leads into the basement area, but it seems the previous owner put a block of wood to cover it. Any ideas on how the holes got there? They can’t bite through cement right? What’s the best way to fill these holes. Thanks!
The Demise of Every Chefs Dryer... [R]2 years, 7 months agoBaconGivesMeALardon posted submission on KitchenConfidential.
March 30, 2017
March 31, 2017
It's just Melamine foam - buy in bulk
LPT "zippo fluid" costs $7 an oz, but if you call it what it really is "naphtha" you can find it for $11 a gallon. What other products increase prices by repackaging? [R]2 years, 8 months agomephistophelessoul posted submission on LifeProTips.
March 12, 2017
i meant 7$ for 12 oz. or a tenth of a gallon.
March 13, 2017
Oh those 'Mr Clean Magic Eraser' sponges, those are just simple melamine sponges, you can get 100 of them for about ten bucks on amazon, or even in your local 99cent store or walmart or equivalent. Either under the name melamine foam, or sponge. They even have ones with more 'rough' side for scrubbing.
LPT "zippo fluid" costs $7 an oz, but if you call it what it really is "naphtha" you can find it for $11 a gallon. What other products increase prices by repackaging? [R]2 years, 8 months ago-GrayMan- posted submission on LifeProTips.
March 12, 2017
i meant 7$ for 12 oz. or a tenth of a gallon.