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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.
will this work on my kitchen cupboard doors,i mean to remove the grease build up from cooking. 8 Feb 2015
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!
Hi do you think this would work well on the back of my car seats where the kids have scuffed it with their precious little feet? Thanks 10 Jan 2015
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.
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.
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!
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.
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