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Old 05-10-2015, 05:35 AM   #1
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Mr. Clean Magic Eraser

After becoming a believer in using the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Mop on the roof, I thought of giving it a try on that screen in the bathroom vent. You know the one with the fan that sucks out the moisture when taking a shower.Well my screen will get gummed up with dirt and dust that has gotten wet and sticks to the screen. Been removing the screen to wash it out which is a PITA. Tried one of those small Mr. Clean erasers with the screen still in.....and voila...completely clean without having to wet the eraser. The dirt sticks to the eraser...so no muss, no fuss. It seemed to be best to clean the screen with the fan running. Just thought I'd pass it along.

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Great tip. I replaced the 8 screw screen with the snap in model and while it's easier to remove - it's still a pain to do so and clean. Will give this a try next time. Thanks

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Love the magic erasers!! I think they make a magic eraser mop now...
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Originally Posted by jason1029 View Post
Love the magic erasers!! I think they make a magic eraser mop now...
OP says that in his post above.
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Old 05-15-2015, 10:13 PM   #5
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I've been using the Mr. Clean Magic Erasers just about from the first day they were made available for sale. A great product!
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The generic ones work too, but don't last as long.

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