Get Rid of Toothpaste Gunk in 3 Simple Steps

Get Rid of Toothpaste Gunk in 3 Simple Steps

Learn how to remove dried-on toothpaste with the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Bath.

Don’t let dried-on toothpaste get you down. Smile! Mr. Clean is here to help. He knows how to remove toothpaste from sinks, showers and other bathroom surfaces without breaking a sweat. With the Magic Eraser, you’ll have the power of Mr. Clean in one convenient sink cleaner. So, roll up your sleeves and get ready to power through that dried-on toothpaste. With Mr. Clean by your side, you’ll have a clean bathroom sink in no time!

Prep: Choose Your Magic Eraser

Mr. Clean Magic Eraser makes cleaning bathroom sink messes quick and easy. Mr. Clean’s best way to clean bathroom sink messes starts and ends with the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Bath. It’s specially textured for extra scrubbing power and is infused with a foaming cleanser. Plus, with the added scent of Febreze Meadows and Rain, your bathroom sink will never smell better!

Step Two: Give It a Squeeze

After you get the Magic Eraser wet, give it three to four good squeezes. This will activate the foaming cleanser inside that will give you a more powerful swipe. You should also start to smell the refreshing scent of Febreze. Who knew such a powerful cleaner would smell so good?

Step Three: Swipe Away!

Use the activated Magic Eraser Bath to clean the desired area by swiping firmly across the dirty surface. In just a few swipes, it will start powering through dried-on toothpaste and revealing a legendary clean. You can also use the Magic Eraser to erase other countertop messes, like hair dye spills. From bathtubs to tile to countertops, Mr. Clean will give you a truly great clean. And that will keep you smiling all day long.

Test a small area with light pressure before use. Not recommended for the following surfaces: high gloss, polished, dark, brushed, satin, faux, bare/polished wood, copper, stainless steel appliances, non-stick coating or vehicle body. Do not use with chlorine bleach or other household cleaners. Rinse required for surfaces in direct contact with food. Do not use on skin or other parts of the body. Using on skin will likely cause abrasions. Keep out of reach of toddlers and pets to avoid accidental ingestion.


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