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3 Ways to Clean Your Kitchen With A Magic Eraser

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3 little-known ways to clean your kitchen with a magic eraser and easily remove some of the toughest kitchen stains.

3 little-known ways to clean your kitchen with a magic eraser and easily remove some of the toughest kitchen stains.

The mysterious cleaning power of magic erasers is one of those household phenomenons that I do not understand and have no desire to.

I do not know what those chalky magical sheets are made of or why they work, but they do.

That is enough for me.

What I do know is that Mr. Clean and his shiny bronzed head can bring his magic into my kitchen any day.

There are a million ways to use magic erasers, but today I’m going to share 3 ways that I routinely use a magic eraser to clean my kitchen and remove some of the toughest surface stains.

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3 Ways to Clean Your Kitchen With A Magic Eraser

1. Sink Stains.

We have a white porcelain farmhouse sink. I like it for the most part, but it does stain easily.

That being said, a magic eraser removes the stains that I can’t wash off with hot water and a scrub pad.

3 little-known ways to clean your kitchen with a magic eraser and easily remove some of the toughest kitchen stains.

Above you can see the coffee, food and who knows what else stain along the rim of the drain.

3 little-known ways to clean your kitchen with a magic eraser and easily remove some of the toughest kitchen stains.

A little elbow grease with a magic eraser and . . .

3 little-known ways to clean your kitchen with a magic eraser and easily remove some of the toughest kitchen stains.

VOILA. The entire sink looks brand new.

3 little-known ways to clean your kitchen with a magic eraser and easily remove some of the toughest kitchen stains.
3 little-known ways to clean your kitchen with a magic eraser and easily remove some of the toughest kitchen stains.

Here’s a shot that shows where the eraser stopped and started.

3 Ways to Clean Your Kitchen With A Magic Eraser

2. Countertop Stains.

3 little-known ways to clean your kitchen with a magic eraser and easily remove some of the toughest kitchen stains.

Ok. Let’s talk about my Calcutta quartz counter tops.

See that stain above? That is a coffee stain.

They land in front of the coffee pot most every morning, and if they are not wiped up instantly they leave a stain.

3 little-known ways to clean your kitchen with a magic eraser and easily remove some of the toughest kitchen stains.

Bottom line – don’t finish your quartz countertops with a matte finish. If you have a light countertop and finish it in matte it will stain easily.

3 little-known ways to clean your kitchen with a magic eraser and easily remove some of the toughest kitchen stains.

That being said a magic eraser takes it out in a jiffy. Wetting the eraser slightly is more effective for the countertops.

3 little-known ways to clean your kitchen with a magic eraser and easily remove some of the toughest kitchen stains.

VOILA.

3 Ways to Clean Your Kitchen With A Magic Eraser

3. Cabinet Marks.

I don’t know about your base cabinets, but my island especially gets marked up over time.

3 little-known ways to clean your kitchen with a magic eraser and easily remove some of the toughest kitchen stains.
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3 little-known ways to clean your kitchen with a magic eraser and easily remove some of the toughest kitchen stains.

So easy!

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3 little-known ways to clean your kitchen with a magic eraser and easily remove some of the toughest kitchen stains.
3 little-known ways to clean your kitchen with a magic eraser and easily remove some of the toughest kitchen stains.
3 little-known ways to clean your kitchen with a magic eraser and easily remove some of the toughest kitchen stains.

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  1. Professional cleaner here, just a few tips and warnings
    1) ALWAYS use a magic eraser wet and don’t add any cleaning product or soap. Water is all you need.
    2) ALWAYS clean a food prep area after using the magic eraser, they are essentially plastic sandpaper and leave behind microscopic pieces. We get enough plastics in our foods, no need to add more.
    3) be very, very, VERY careful on whatever surface you use them on but especially painted surfaces. Since they are like a sandpaper, if you rub too hard or against the grain they will mark up the surface and even remove the paint.
    4) NEVER NEVER NEVER use a magic eraser on stainless steel. It will scratch.

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