First of all, let me say that this is not a sponsored post. Yes, Mr. Clean Magic Eraser appears on the ad sections of this site like 85 million times per day. But that is just coincidence. Because a few years ago, when Mr. Clean first released the Magic Eraser, I was like, “How useful could that possibly be?” Because I had pictures in my head of kids drawing on the walls with crayons, and at the time I had no kids, so I was thinking, “Eh.” But then something happened. Like say, one day you happen to be taking pictures.
And then you say, hey, wait, what’s that?
Yuck. And so you try to clean it off with soap, or maybe some all purpose cleaner. But it won’t come off. And yeah, you could just Photoshop it off, I guess. But now that you know it’s there, it’s going to keep bugging you. So you break out a magic eraser because why not. And sure enough . . .
It works. It totally works. And now that you know it works, you start seeing uses for it everywhere. Like on the baseboards. Or on the walls of the stairwell. Or the side of the crib.
And sure enough, it works in these places, too.
And before you know it, you have a two eraser a day habit. And you’re looking around for support groups, but then you think, if loving Mr. Clean Magic Erasers is wrong, I don’t wanna be right!
I’m Still Sick, So Today, Instead of Another Fascinating Story About Tanya Written in the Second Person, You’ll be Reading a Non-Sponsored Post About Mr. Clean Magic Eraser
by anna on November 7, 2008