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on October 14, 2017
I go through a lot of Mr clean erasers, so much that it was easier to cut them in half first because the centers are always the first to go. Then when I found this magnificent pack I had to try it and I'm glad I did.
They are smaller and fit my hand better but also thicker. They seem to work better with less effort which is awesome! Worked great on crystal light counter stain, bathroom rust ring, drain circle and scuff marks on sinks, color crayons on walls, sharpie on binder. ring around the door knob from greasy mechanic hands on my new unpainted white door, and even the spot high up on the wall next to the toilet where one would lean his hand because it might get out of control if he doesn't have that extra stability? Anyway you get the point they are awesome.
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on January 18, 2018
I’m sorry but these do not even come close to Mr. Clean Magic Erasers.
They fall apart really easy, don’t last long at all and leave a white residue behind.
I’ve been using magic erasers for years and never had this problem.
I went through 4 of these cleaning 1 wall.
I can clean my whole kitchen of walls with 1 magic eraser.
When they say that these are 2x as thick and larger and last longer - no they don’t. That’s a lie.
Don’t waste your time or money - go with Mr. Clean.
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on April 18, 2018
Much thicker than regular magic erasers in terms of dimensions. Feels the same density and works the same.
People seem confused about the purpose of these sponges - even the brand name crumbles, it's supposed to. These aren't the sponges you use to wash dishes or wipe down surfaces in general cleaning. They're not for scrubbing like an SOS or Brillo pad. These are the sponge type erasers you use to clean walls, sink hardware, glass top stoves, baked on grease on pans, ovens, soap scum, etc. I'm not sure what makes them work, but a bit of water and messes sort of melt off when you rub them with these.The sponge is the cleaning ingredient, so they break down a bit at a time to clean things with just a bit of water.
As a mom of two boys under age 5, these are most frequently used on their messes - I go through a few per week cleaning walls, shoes, baseboards, and things they mess up. I particularly like the tricks found on pinterest using them - carpet, microwaves, windows, toilets, stained kitchen ware.
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on May 9, 2018
They really are magic! We have a 50-year-old kitchen that will get remodeled one of these days, but only after everything else gets done. The ugly cream-colored cabinets and counters are original, and the counters stain easily. Constantly. All by themselves. The only things I've found to remove some of the stains are harsh products like Softscrub with Bleach or an SOS pad. I hate using either of them, and the counters still aren't clean clean, just less stained. I bought the magic sponges to clean a vintage Pyrex dish that was advertised as "like new", except the seller thought "like new" meant scratched with baked on brown and black stuff. Yeah, no five-star reviews for that one! I hadn't gotten around to trying the sponges on the Pyrex yet, but decided to experiment the other night just for fun, and tried it on the counter. Oh my gosh- I could not believe it! With just water, the magic sponge took the stains right off! I did the counters, the cabinets, everything! My kitchen was so bright now, it hurts my eyes! It's never looked this good, even when we bought it from the clean freak (he used to clean the garage floor with bleach and a toothbrush. As I said, clean freak.) My husband is amazed, too; we are now having fun seeing what else these sponges will work their magic on. We are fans for life!
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on January 13, 2018
These are definitely thicker than the average magic eraser and work just as well. They also sent me a "103 amazing uses" pdf which I wasn't expecting was a nice surprise. I don't know that it listed any surprises but it did remind me of things I could use it for that I had forgotten. I also like that they suggested to cut them in half to get twice the usage... which is nice because it shows they care about your value and not just theirs!
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on November 13, 2017
Better then the well known name brand. Half the cost.

These seam dense comparied to Majic Eraser and Xoxo version. Maybe they are just thicker? They last longer and seam to erase better. I will continue to purches these long as the price remains low in comparison to namebrand versions. Have recommended these to friends and family. (Shout out to sellers! Thank you for selling them on Amazon. I have a 3yr old and 2yr old (with markers). My husband is away for work often. These are delivered to my door and make cleaning a breeze. My family and I thank you).
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on May 10, 2018
I’ve used magic erasers before, but these ones are pretty lousy. One broke simply by me taking it out of the bag. I was extremely careful with the next one and it literally crumbled everywhere as I was trying to clean. Waste of money.
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on April 17, 2018
They clean just fine. But these are far less robust than the brand name. So far, each job I've had has basically destroyed the sponge I used.

Of course, you get far more per $$ spent on this pack than you do on the brand name... so do you get as much cleaning power here, per $$ spent? Maybe. But I'd rather spend a little more money to get a product that lasts a little while longer.
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on December 2, 2017
I have use magic erasers for over 10 years, and I've tried many generic brands from Target, 99 cent store, Amazon, etc and these are by far the best. They're so thick and resilient and stand up to many jobs unlike many generic ones that disintegrate into nothing quickly. Sticking with these from now on.
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on May 14, 2018
I’ve been using a more popular magic eraser brand for years to clean up kid messes. This seemed like a great deal and there was a guarantee they’d work just as well. I am sorely disappointed though. They work fine for small messes - nothing spectacular, as well as a wet paper towel would do. When it came to “magic eraser” messes like kitchen messes, marker on the wall messes, dirt specks on a window (thanks to my kids), they did not deliver, at all. They are thick but the thickness doesn’t make them last any longer than more popular name brand ones last. Also, these broke apart super easy (not what I wanted) leaving me to have to use chunks of eraser to attempt to clean messes rather than using a full eraser. The photo attached shows the difference between an usused eraser and one I used for about 10seconds to try to wipe a line of washable marker off the wall.
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