One day she had made some mini pizzas using crescent polls and for some reason unknown to me, she decided to place two perfect greasy handprints on the wall. She has a very tall loft bed in her room and I went in there one day and noticed another big, old greasy looking stain way high on the wall and to top it off, a stain on the ceiling ( I told you the bed was high) too. I do make her take a bath, but apparently she didn't wash her feet. I really wasn't wanting to paint ceilings, but since I ran out of paint for her room, I guess I'll be tackling that today. Makes my neck hurt just thinking about it.
Anyway, about the Magic, my house is was built in 1956 and the kitchen was remodeled around 1980. So I have these countertops that are white formica with green flecks. I'm sure you can picture just how beautiful they aren't. They aren't pretty, but they weren't stained, until I moved in. I had a cake pan sitting on the counter and some water got under it and left rust stains. I tried every thing I could think of to get them off, nothing worked so I gave up and just up. I don't have much counter space, so it seemed like it was always covered up anyway.
This past week I purchased one of those small microwaves to give me some more counter space. I had forgotten the microwave was covering part of the rust stain. I was shocked when I saw how big it was. As I was painting, something made me think of A Teeny Tiny Teacher's
table trouble and how the Magic Eraser worked magic. I was hopeful, but my stain was several years old, and it was rust. IT WORKED!!! ther is no sign of the rust at all. Hmmm, I wonder if it would worked on a ceiling stain...