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Actually we used Duane Reade’s “Multi Eraser” knock-off, but either way, when your light switches are clean, you are clean.
PS: Thursday is pretty anticlimactic without Lost. Sniff.
Be careful when you use this product. It contains formaldehyde ( seriously) Be sure to wash your hands, or better yet, use gloves and THEN wash your hands.
Not true. That is an urban legend.
I love the fact that every time I post about a cleaning product here someone tells me it is going to kill me or my cat.
I stand corrected and have cleaned up my act.
Al, thanks for your concern! Believe me, I am sure I am eating/drinking/snorting things that are bad for me under the guise of “health elixir” every day.
It damn near took the paint off my walls when I was trying to get a boot scruff to vanish in my hallway. I guess it’s best to stick to white walls. Maybe it says that on the directions. I don’t know. Or maybe I shouldn’t have dipped it in paint thinner and gasoline beforehand.
The store brand version of this works well for me.
When the MacBook first came out, people were complaining that it became discolored around the keyboard area. I used a Magic Eraser on mine and it took the discoloration right off. Nice.
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