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JML Doktor Power Magic Eraser
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The truthful answer is I do not know.I never have used it on motor vehicles. However we use the eraser to clean amongst other things, aluminium pots and pans which works for us.
9 Feb 2015 by RodF
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Yes, in fact I used it for a much overdue clean of my extractor fan and it was amazing. Little bits break off as you use it if very vigorously but I just sucked them up with a vacuum cleaner afterwards - it was worthwhile!
8 Feb 2015 by J. Smith
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Should be able to,what material is the car seat made of? As long as it's leather, plastic, or a similar material it will work.
10 Jan 2015 by Rohan Sharad
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I was totally amazed at it's cleaning power on a range surfaces. But the surface you mention is no one I came across. It would be worth trying even if it did not work it's cleaning power on so many other surfaces is so great it would be worth the cost.
4 Dec 2014 by Martin Crane
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I certainly think it would ... I have used it on all types of stains and so far without any problems ... I use it on all stubborn stains with great results
28 Nov 2014 by josiekate
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Hmmm. I'd be careful with this one - I've used the sponge to take marks of my car without it marking it and also marks off paintwork and walls - it's fine for all of these, but it is a very mild abrasive, so I'm not sure about an LCD TV. If nothing else has worked it is worth a go - it will get the crayon off, just rub very gently so you don't mark the screen at all!
6 Sep 2014 by Porcupine
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As long as the surface of the paint hasn't been cracked or broken, I'd say the Magic Eraser should ideal for this. Just remember to make sure that the sponge is a little damp and don't scrub too hard.
20 Jul 2014 by Porcupine
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We did. We had grubby toddler hand prints. It worked pretty well.
27 Apr 2014 by MarkTwainAgain
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It is just a piece of plain white sponge. It dsn't do any magic as it says. Ddn't did anything for me unfortunately. thanks
30 Jun 2014 by shaker
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