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Old 04-11-2008, 01:15 PM   #15
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I have tried many ways to get bugs off after a trip - they all work "with the proper amount of elbow grease". Just discovered a really easy way to remove bugs, road tar etc. I start by washing the area using the Mr. Clean Autodry Carwash system but the real secret is the Mr. Clean "Magic Eraser". Hit it with water, then soap, light rag to get the large stuff off, rinse, then the eraser, another rinse and finally the autodry. Sounds difficult but really very simple. Used the Magic Eraser on the front of the TV and saved about an hour of scrubbing the old way.
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Old 04-11-2008, 02:06 PM   #16
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I have tried many ways to get bugs off after a trip - they all work "with the proper amount of elbow grease". Just discovered a really easy way to remove bugs, road tar etc. I start by washing the area using the Mr. Clean Autodry Carwash system but the real secret is the Mr. Clean "Magic Eraser". Hit it with water, then soap, light rag to get the large stuff off, rinse, then the eraser, another rinse and finally the autodry. Sounds difficult but really very simple. Used the Magic Eraser on the front of the TV and saved about an hour of scrubbing the old way.
I love Magic Erasers for household use. Did you use it on the A/S too or just the TV? Aren't the Magic Erasers a bit gritty? No scratching?
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Old 04-12-2008, 01:40 PM   #17
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I used it on the Airstream and did not see any scratching. It takes very little pressure and even though the box says use on alu. wheels but not on car paint I did not see any marks on the TV. The Eraser when wet is pretty soft. I may regret it but so far so good.
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