Thrifty Thursday: Mr. Clean, What?

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Thrifty Thursday with Mr. Clean

Thrifty Thursday Mr Clean

Check out this Thrifty Thursday post! Most of us couponers have cleaning supplies in bulk – I have more Mr. Clean Magic Erasers than I know what do with. I use them to clean pretty much everything, but there are a ton of uses I never even thought of. For those times when you are running low on a cleaning product, don’t run out and pay full price. Open another box of these bad boys and cut them up. You’d be surprised at what you can use them for!

Thrifty Thursday Used for Mr. Clean
  • remove dried paint from door hinges
  • remove tarnish from silver
  • remove mold & mildew from anything plastic
  • clean & polish gold jewelry
  • remove soap scum in the tub and shower
  • remove marks on walls
  • clean splatters inside the microwave
  • remove marks on vinyl siding
  • clean mirrors in the bathroom (keeps shower mirrors from fogging)
  • remove adhesive residue after removing stickers
  • remove waterline mark around the pool
  • remove hair dye from countertops & floors
  • clean light-colored suede
  • remove black scuff marks from baseboards (where the vacuum cleaner hits)
  • clean plastic coolers inside and out (…even dirty grimey ones used by men with greasy hands!)
  • remove soot off the walls near the fireplace
  • clean sticky/dusty range hood over the stove
  • remove nail polish spills or stains
  • clean oven shelves & the grates on the grill
  • remove wet nose marks from pets on the windows (even car windows)
  • remove toothpaste splashes from bathroom mirrors
  • remove green mildew from siding and gutters
  • remove paint spills & oversprays
  • remove toilet bowl rings (just cut a piece off & let it set in your toilet overnight)
  • clean the plastic agitator inside your washing machine
  • clean inside the crock pot
  • remove melted plastic on a glass top stove
  • remove baked on brown spots on cookware
  • remove pet & child vomit from carpet or clothing
  • remove stains on leather seats, purses, chairs, etc.
  • remove nail polish from walls, carpets, wooden objects, plastic
  • clean & shine bathroom faucets & fixtures

  • remove magic marker, permanent marker, and ballpoint ink from virtually any surface
  • clean inside of the refrigerator
  • remove crayon marks from walls
  • remove dark paint on light-colored carpet
  • clean soap scum and oils from hot tub
  • clean white porch railings, columns & pillars
  • remove bugs from car windshield, grille, and bumper
  • remove paint scratches on your car from minor fender benders
  • clean & shine hubcaps
  • remove built-up grime on the car steering wheel
  • remove finger prints & build-up on the keyboard and mouse
  • remove set-in stains inside glass and plastic pitchers
  • remove scuff marks from the back of car seats (from kids’ shoes)
  • clean kids’ plastic toys
  • remove dirt and grime from athletic shoes and shoes with leather uppers
  • remove scuff marks from your patio furniture

So cut them up, and put them to good use! ~Brianne

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