Magic Eraser

Magic Eraser

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    I am hearing alot about a "Magic Eraser" product by P&G. Has anyone used it on their FJs or any of their golf gear?

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    I've heard it works wonders on the score card............

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    These are usually marketed as a Mr Clean product, and are innovations in the kitchen and bath cleaning space. They work really wekk too. But I have not used them on any FJ products or golf gear.

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    I've used them on various golf shoes.  They work well to get the major grime and crud off (white shoes look white again!!).  I have yet to see any detrimental side effects to using them but I do also make sure that after I've cleaned the shoes with the magic eraser they get proper leather treatment afterwards.

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    I haven't used them on my shoes but I might give them a try in the future

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    I have marks from the cart on my staff bag. I would rather have marks than *** up the finish. I friend of mine suggested it.

    I wanted to ask the other members what your experiences have been.

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    I use it quite often. I use it after rounds on my shoes but it is not a replacement for proper leather polish, my shafts when they get marked up from other grips it wipes it right off, and on my clubs to give them a quick shine and they take the rust off of my wedges pretty easily, great product!

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    I'm not aware of this product in any of its supposed uses.  I guess if it works it would be a good idea, but I'd be afraid to try it on my first line gear.  Perhaps an old pair of DryJoys as a test.

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    I don't think I would try it on leather, there has to be some active chemical in it.  What material is your bag? I might try a small spot near the bottom of the bag before I went crazy.

    Ty, There is not a big enough eraser to help you out! :)

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    Ty,

    I use a match on the score card.

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    i don't think i would use it on my shoes.  doesn't warm that it can take the paint off of walls?

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    There are a few guys who I play with that carry a magic eraser.  Some don't even need that.  They bring pre filled out score cards.

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    How about using a little magic elbow grease, soap, and water to clean shoes?

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    NCBob
    I don't think I would try it on leather, there has to be some active chemical in it.  What material is your bag? I might try a small spot near the bottom of the bag before I went crazy.

    Ty, There is not a big enough eraser to help you out! :)

    Mr. Clean Magic Erasers contain no harsh chemical so are safe for use on leather shoes. However, a Leather Sofa is another story !

    Here's a link with some tips and photos showing an end result.......

    www.golfwrx.com/.../603347-how-to-clean-white-shoes-using-mr-clean-magic-eraser

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    girlsgotgolf
    NCBobI don't think I would try it on leather, there has to be some active chemical in it.  What material is your bag? I might try a small spot near the bottom of the bag before I went crazy.

    Ty, There is not a big enough eraser to help you out! :)

    Mr. Clean Magic Erasers contain no harsh chemical so are safe for use on leather shoes. However, a Leather Sofa is another story !

    Here's a link with some tips and photos showing an end result.......

    www.golfwrx.com/.../603347-how-to-clean-white-shoes-using-mr-clean-magic-eraser