If it’s not magic, it’s close

By Mir
July 13, 2011

I’m a fool for Magic Erasers; I know they’re probably filled with corrosive, horrible chemicals, but when I’m “erasing” marker from the wall or scuff marks from my doors, I do not care. I’m just being honest.

Right now Amazon has an 8-pack of Mr. Clean Magic Erasers for just $7.65 shipped when you buy via Subscribe & Save. At under a buck apiece, that’s a lot of cleaning on the cheap.


  1. Thanks Mir.

    I have a toddler who colors on my walls, I dont care if they are made of chemicals, they get pencil off the paint in a flash.

  2. Thanks Mir! These things are actually on our school supplies list for 1st grade! 3 moms + me and we could order together. Or buy one at Target for $3.20

  3. While I always go brand on these when I can (especially when they’re way cheaper – thanks!), I’ve found the Target brand is just as magical, for the times when Magic Erasers aren’t supercheap on Amazon. 🙂

  4. Better alternative…cleans everything those Magic Erasers clean and MORE: Norwex Antibac Cloth. You just get it wet with water, ring it out well and it cleans ANYTHING!!!

  5. This comment is probably too late for anyone to see it–but thanks for the recommendation! I’d never bought these before but thought I’d take a chance on the good deal. I bought one box and it arrived today. Holy moly, what makes these things work? My painted white kitchen cupboards and white kitchen baseboards were bringing me down with the guck and the stains and the general dinginess, and I was thinking I might need to paint them this fall, but not any more! I went to work on a couple of the doors this afternoon, and at the risk of sounding like a Stepford wife, I CANNOT WAIT for my toddler’s naptime this afternoon so I can Magic Erase some more.

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