Spring is officially just a few days away, which means that spring cleaning itch has come back!! A new season brings a new start which is why I love spring cleaning season. Allows me to open the windows, air out the winter germs and get cleaning! Spring cleaning hacks are what help me stay motivated during this time of the year because as much as I love a nice clean home, I do not want to spend my whole day cleaning!
Spring Cleaning Season Is Here!
Maybe you are confused at the title of this post – or maybe not. We are a cat family, they both roam freely and find their dirty paws on so many counter tops, windowsills, tables, dressers, etc. and we love it. They are a part of our family but that also means that after awhile we start seeing these adorable but dirty paw prints all over the many surfaces Sophie and Sundae visit.
Spring Cleaning Hack: Erase Those Cat Prints
So gross! I love spring cleaning season because it gets me feeling great about my home and always makes me feel like my house is nice and clean and ready for a new season. I do not like having to use a lot of muscle or time when spring cleaning though, so I rely a lot on the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Extra Power. This amazing eraser makes those adorable but gross kitty paw prints disappear from every surface the cats find themselves climbing on.
Cleaning Windowsills with Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Extra Power
In a matter of about 2 minutes I had cleaned the most popular windowsill in our house and it was sparkling! I love finding ways to clean smarter and faster.
So gross but thank you Magic Eraser for doing the grunt work for me on my spring cleaning weekend.
The Magic Eraser can be used on a number of surfaces in the bathroom, kitchen, living room and even outside. Whether you’re spring cleaning or handling everyday messes, Mr. Clean Magic Eraser is tough on dirt, grease and grime all around the house.
Some facts About the Magic Eraser Extra Power:
- Thanks to the Mr. Clean® Magic Eraser Extra Power with 50% more strength, everyone can clean a tough mess with ease, just like the Mr. himself!
- No harsh chemicals
- Water-activated micro scrubbers reach into the surface grooves, lifting away built up grease and soap scum.
- Removes more grime than the leading all-purpose spray cleaner.
How do you prepare for Spring Cleaning in your house?
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I would use the magic eraser on my walls and windowsills!
amy tolley (amylynn73) says
I prepare by going to the store and getting everything i need and then go from one room to the next i love to use mr clean cleaning sponge it works great ..
Burning Moon says
I would use them in my Kitchen and my bathroom for cleaning up scuff marks, etc.
Julie Raye-Rod. says
I'm going to use them on the walls!
definitely the kitchen
Sarah Greer says
I would use in kitchen and bathrooms!
allyson tice says
i would be using the mr clean magic eraser in my bathtub!
I would be using the eraser on my shower.
Jessica Miller says
I would ise for the kitchen counters and in the bathroom as well!
Birdie Bee says
I will use it on the scuff marks on the baseboards, on white leather athletic shoes and on my outdoor patio furniture.
I will use Mr. Clean Magic Eraser to remove scuff marks from walls, hallways and trim.
Heidi Ingalls says
I am going to go around the house and use this on all the walls! They need a good cleaning!
On my window frames and the trim around the floor.
I use my magic eraser on walls and doors mostly. Sometimes I use it on carpet because it's actually taken away a sharpie stain before.
Misty woods says
In my kitchen
Maria Long says
I have used these magic erasers a lot lately trying to take off winter marks off the walls and stairs. They do do wonders for such clean ups.
I love, love, love magic erasers!!! They make so many cleaning jobs faster and easier. I hadn't thought to use them on the cat prints (which we have plenty of) but I'll give it a shot!
latanya t says
to clean the tub
I would use it for the bathroom (tub) and the walls
Abigail Barge says
I will be using it on all the trim in the upstairs!
Gina M WildOrchid says
I would use them on my white cabinets.
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No kitties here so I have no cat prints. I do have some dog nose prints on my sliding doors. 🙂 I do use magic erasers for those messes that nothing else seems to touch.
Em Mahr says
I'd like to use the Magic Eraser on my painted walls and on the patio furniture.
I would probably use them around my sink or bathtub.
Jessica To says
I would use them in my bathroom and for scuff marks on my walls.
Magic erasers are great. We use them all the time. I've been able to clean up some messes with them I never though I'd be able to clean up. They really are magical!
Kalona Elaine says
We use magic erasers on just about everything! They are especially effective on walls. I'd like to try using one on bathroom tile.
i would like to use right next to/under the doorknobs and also near/on our light switches! they tend to get dirty over time!
I would use the erasers on my shower walls.
My base boards they need a good cleaning
Zenetta Smith says
I would use the magic eraser in my kitchen on the cabinets.
We use magic eraser on all kinds of stuff. Mostly kids' fingerprints on the walls of the stairs.
I love magic Eraser – we don't have a cat – but it sure works great on our boat when we take it out of storage from winter
Karla R. says
I like to use it on around the sink area.
Stephanie Mitchell says
I would use Mr Clean to use my bathtub. I'm betting it would make my tub sparkle again..looking a little dingy right now.
I'd use it in the sinks — works like a dream!
Amy Orvin says
I will use it on the walls and fridge mostly.
Jennifer Cervantes says
I would be using the magic erasers on my walls, my kids think that it is fun to draw on them.
Bridgett wilbur says
I would love to try it to clean my bathroom shower.
I have three children and two dogs so I will use the Magic Erasers on everything but especially the table that has marks on it.
C (Kid Things) says
My cat has been known to leave her mark. As have my kids. I could definitely use that giveaway basket.
Pamela F says
I'll be using them on the soap/hard water stains on our faucets.
Jenny Scheldberg says
My bathroom countertops could use one of these. Also, my stovetop is always a mess.
I would like to use it to clean the bathrooms!
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I would like to clean my patio furniture with Mr. Clean Eraser.
Cassandra Eastman says
I'll be using it on our tile, and the bathtub!
This is so awesome. I would definitely use this in the hallway as I am kind of re-doing the entrance and hallway. These are awesome! starla.batesATyahoo DOTcom
I would use it on the walls and the bathroom.
I would use these in our bathroom, particularly in the bathtub.
Charlene E says
I would use it on the sink in my sons bathroom
Stephanie O'Day says
I will use it on everything! I love magic erasers!
Mary Cloud says
I will use it on my stove – they work great on glass cooktops
I would love to use this in my kitchen!
I would use this in my bathroom-especially the shower.
Shelly Peterson says
I would use it on my walls and bath tub.
I have a couple of spots on my blinds from where I used to have stickers. I am trying to sell my house right now and would love to try these on my blinds.
Annamarie Voss says
I would use my magic eraser to clean the bath tub.
Melinda Atwell says
Um, every where I can! I have four kids seven and under, so it seems like there's always a mess to clean up somewhere.
Emily Benzing says
I will be using it everywhere! The microwave, kitchen especially, bathroom, baseboards
I will use them on the bathtub and kitchen cabinets.
Melissa AKA Froggy says
Ashley Murray says
Shakeia Rieux says
I will be using it on the stove and counters
Clair Freebie says
I have some crayon drawings that need to come off from a wall!
Our bathtub is looking awfully grungy…
wen budro says
I would use it to clean dirt and hand prints on my doors and walls.