Magic Eraser Cleaning Sponge - Use the Amazing Sponge all over your facility - from crayon marks on the walls to scuff marks on the floors. You can even use it outside the house on patio furniture, car interiors, car wheels, and much, much more. The Eraser Sponge is a highly effective cleaning tool. Test first on an inconspicuous spot with light pressure to see if surface may scratch or dull. Not recommended for use on surfaces that are polished or glossy. Do not use with chlorine bleach.
- Eliminate stains and marks with only water using this innovative cleaning solution.
- Yellow gripping middle-layer prolongs use and improves cleaning performance
- Most effective on hard, smooth surfaces; melamine construction
- Walls: permanent marker, crayon, ink, scuff marks pencil, paint transfer
- Counters: crayon, marker, food stains, rust spots, food color, grape juice, dirt/grime, ink
- Floors: ink, marker, crayon, scuff marks
- Other: soap scum, mold, mildew
First, wet the Eraser Sponge with water and then squeeze out the excess. It should be a little damp for use. Remember, this is an eraser - not a sponge. Excess water is squeezed out so that it doesn't end up on other surfaces. The water is essential to the cleaning action as it helps the Eraser Sponge "stick" to the surface. And, it does all this with just water alone!
Next, gently rub the Eraser Sponge on the surface to remove tough dirt and grime. The Eraser Sponge works over and over again until it eventually wears away - just like an eraser. Throw away after multiple uses.
Eraser cleaning sponge is sold individually or 30 per case.
Eraser Sponge Specifications
Length: 4.25 in.
Width: 2.75 in
Thickness: 1.50 in.
Packed: 30 per case
This product is similar to Mr. Clean magic eraser, only better!
An urban legend has it that a Japanese draftsman was working at his drafting table and spilled a glass of soda. The only thing within reach was a piece of melamine filter which he grabbed to wipe off the soda. To his amazement, he also wiped off years of ink and marker stains. The rest is history...