Doktor Power Magic Eraser by JML
"Removes stubborn marks and stains... just like magic"
On first seeing it, I was a little sceptical of The Magic Eraser's claimed results - it just looks like a normal sponge. To use it, you cut off a small amount and run it under the tap to wet it. I was surprised at the results when I gave it a go. I tested it out on purple paint splashes on our bathroom floor from a decorating session a few weeks ago. I'd scrubbed these dried splashes with water initially, to no avail. Using the Magic Eraser, the paint spills were quickly and easily lifted off just with a gentle scrubbing.
Next I moved onto our front door, we'd used soap and water two months ago to get rid of the layer of grime on it when we moved in. The Magic Eraser polished it up nicely, cleaning more grime off in the process.
Ok now for the real test I thought, the scuffs and marks on our cream dining room wall from when we had our central heating put in recently. This had caused a real mess at the time and I'd used sugar soap to get the worst off before planning to re-paint, which I haven't got around to yet. I really was surprised at the results
using the Magic Eraser - yes it's going to still need re-painting as it couldn't get rid of the burn marks from soldering the pipes, but the Magic Eraser did do a fantastic job removing the scuffs, marks and grubbiness that the sugar soap had left behind, and the wall looks alot cleaner now, ready to be re-painted.
I've also used it to clean off limescale in the bathroom and the kitchen, and to remove a layer of grime on the kitchen window tiles.
It's funny this post has made my house sound filthy and like I'm a lazy housewife who doesn't do anything! So I just feel the need to clarify that we bought the house a couple of months ago, it needed a lot of tlc, and we've had a lot of work done on it since, and moved into it just a couple of weeks ago, hence why we're still in the process of cleaning it up.
Anyway, back to the Magic Eraser review. Pro's for it are it really does do what it says on the box removing tough stains and marks, it simplifies the housework by not needing various cleaning solutions, and virtually no scrubbing is involved.
The Doktor Power Magic Eraser is available from JML and costs £4.99. You can also find JML products in high street retailers, see JML's website for a stockist near you.
I have three of these from JML to giveaway. To be in with a chance of winning one, all you have to do is leave me a comment below and a way to contact you if you're a winner - either email address or twitter ID.
For an additional entry you can do the following and leave a separate comment below to let me know:
- Like my facebook page here
- Like JML's facebook page here
- Follow me on Twitter @pondering_kate
All entries will go into a draw and 3 winners will be picked randomly on Sunday 26th June at 8pm.
Terms and conditions:
UK entrants only please
No cash alternative or exchanges to the prize
Firstly a HUGE thank you to everyone who entered my first giveaway!
It's been lots of fun, and fab to promote a great product from JML.
I've used random.org to generate the 3 winners, I would've liked to have done a screenshot of the 3 numbers that were generated but unfortunately just couldn't figure out how to do that - will have a play for next time!
Congratulations to the following 3 people who were generated from random.org:
- Comment number 12: 'Maci234'
- Comment number 36: googoodoll (Alison Ducky)
- Comment number 40: Bruce (@essexgirlSE)
I'll be in touch with the 3 winners to get your postal details so that your prize can be posted out to you.