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Wednesday, Nov 17, 2004

Magic Eraser

These pre-schoolers at Country Day in Jupiter love their crayons. Sometimes they even color within the lines. But today for our test, their teacher, Miss Cindy, lets them break a big rule.

"Guess what we get to do? Color on the wall. Come on."

With crayons in hand, they dive into their messy task. Scribbling. Writing. Drawing.

Clearly enjoying what is typically forbidden. Once they get into it, there is no stopping them--trashing the wall, one big game. But there's one catch to this scribbling madness: the kids don't know that they're going to have to clean it up using the Mr Clean Magic Eraser. Will it really perform magic on this mess?

The box contains 4-sponges. Wetting the sponges is step one. Passing them out, step two.
Getting down and dirty, step three. They scrub and scrub and scrub some more, using as much elbow grease as their little 3 and 4 year old bodies can muster.

"Huh? It broke."

This technical difficulty aside, they are making speedy progress. But is it any easier than a traditional sponge? Here's a regular sponge, here's our Mr Clean. Which one got it cleaner?

"The white one."

The power of that white sponge and these little hands eventually leaves the wall spotless.
It's a winner.The writing is on the wall, or in this case, off the wall. Just ask the kids.

Did you like it?


Are you going to scribble on walls at home?


There are four magic erasers in one box. You'll find this product at most grocery stores for about four bucks.

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