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Old 10-18-2007, 08:47 PM   #11
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LOL, now you're making me want to go clean my wheels just to test it out.

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I actually just bought some today cause I am gonna clean my sisters blazer on friday. I will take pics, but it is pretty bad right now... hit a deer and other random stuff. I am sure I can make it look nice though

I can't wait to see the front rims, right now you would think that they are a black steel wheel, not an aluminum rim They should turn out very nice
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yes and they also work VERY well on Leather seats
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yes and they also work VERY well on Leather seats
Ill have to use the next one on that. Any other good uses on cars?
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does it work well on chrome?
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it works great on everything I have tried it on.

for how cheap it is, just go buy some and try it
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Apparently they even caught on to how well they work on cars, they now have "automotive" magic eraseres

I just usually buy the heavy duty ones or the cheapest ones, they all work the same to me
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I would be careful if your using it on the chrome because they can be abrasive. I wouldnt use it on my chrome though.
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yes the magic eraser is awesome for everything. I use it on my dash, door panels, rims, leather, you name it. It'* god'* gift to cars

In the house it even took marker out of my carpet
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I wonder if that magic eraser will get the years of crud built up on the center "ABS" caps on my 5-spokes.
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