Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Foaming Bath Scrubber with Febreze Meadows and Rain
Mr. Clean® Magic Eraser Bath Scrubber Meadows & Rain® Scent.
Tackles 6 tough bathroom soils.
Household cleaning pads.
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I put glass doors in my shower. I got tired of replacing the shower curtains. It also allowed more light into my small shower. The bad part about a glass shower is that it is a pain in the rear to clean. After about 1 week, the water droplets show up on the glass. After 2 weeks, the glass turns cloudy. After 3 weeks, the glass would get little dark bumps (soap scum possibly?). Anyways, I would spray the glass doors with a bathroom cleaner containing bleach. It took me 35 minutes to clean the glass. The same goes for the 2 other bathroom cleaners I tried. I was reading some comments on Houzz about bathrooms. I noticed a trend of the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser showing up as a suggestions...so I tried it.
WOW! This product is incredible. I don't often throw that term around about a product. I am in no way paid to give a review either. All I know is that it shortened my time cleaning the shower door from 30-35 minutes to 2. It's worth every penny in my book. It even does well on the fiberglass walls. The problem with doing the walls is that it tends to fall apart after maybe 1 or possibly 2 uses (maybe you can cut each pad into 2 or 4 sections). I sometimes use the Magic Eraser inside the shower, but I oftentimes switch to Scrubbing Bubbles. Not necessarily because its better, but it is probably a cheaper option.
In conclusion, I really love this product. If you haven't tried it, you owe it to yourself. Grab some up in the store or on here. Other than a short lifespan of each pad, there is no downside. I hope my review was helpful in assisting your decision. If so, please click the helpful button. Thanks!
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