Flash Magic Eraser Extra Power for 99p at Wilko
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Flash Magic Eraser Extra Power for 99p at Wilko

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Found 8th Mar 2014
Flash magic eraser, looks like a sponge, cleans like magic & re-usable. Use them everywhere!. Enough might to erase tough dirt everywhere.

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I wondered where these were sold. Been to my local asda but unfortunately didnt have them Are these any good?

I tried them, did not last,will not buy again when squeezing them after rinsing they spirt ing half and they are not big to start with.

lindareason

I tried them, did not last,will not buy again when squeezing them after … I tried them, did not last,will not buy again when squeezing them after rinsing they spirt ing half and they are not big to start with.



I agree. They had something similar on QVC which looked quite impressive (I am such a sucker!) so I thought I would try these as they were cheaper, but they didn't work. I was trying to clean a rust stain made by the dish drainer on a granite sink, and it made a slight difference but it's still very much there long after the thing disintegrated.

i have one i wasnt sure if you had to add water, when i did use water it sort of stuck to the items rather than the sponge, i got better results with it dry, but bits sort of break off it i have to follow round with the hoover.

Its handy for tricky places or for bits you dont want to use water on, such as a excess paste i got on my wallpaper which is a grainy texture, i had gone over it with a damp cloth and it made it worse, this just took it off.

Found it terrible on glass

lindareason

I tried them, did not last,will not buy again when squeezing them after … I tried them, did not last,will not buy again when squeezing them after rinsing they spirt ing half and they are not big to start with.

lindareason

I tried them, did not last,will not buy again when squeezing them after … I tried them, did not last,will not buy again when squeezing them after rinsing they spirt ing half and they are not big to start with.

skellysgirl

i have one i wasnt sure if you had to add water, when i did use water it … i have one i wasnt sure if you had to add water, when i did use water it sort of stuck to the items rather than the sponge, i got better results with it dry, but bits sort of break off it i have to follow round with the hoover.Its handy for tricky places or for bits you dont want to use water on, such as a excess paste i got on my wallpaper which is a grainy texture, i had gone over it with a damp cloth and it made it worse, this just took it off. Found it terrible on glass

Think il pass then lol

Same price in Asda. Bought one to use on an Iron with a brown soleplate (not burnt on but just discoloured). Didn't do anything.

Any other ideas on how to get the soleplate clean?

Get marks off paintwork brilliantly!

Cheapasnowt

Same price in Asda. Bought one to use on an Iron with a brown soleplate … Same price in Asda. Bought one to use on an Iron with a brown soleplate (not burnt on but just discoloured). Didn't do anything.Any other ideas on how to get the soleplate clean?



I just keep buying new irons!
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