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9-Count Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Original Cleaning Pad w/ Durafoam EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 9-Count Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Original Cleaning Pad with Durafoam for $4.69 when you 'clip' the $1 off coupon and checkout via Subscribe & Save (click 'First Delivery On' and select 'Get it with your next S&S delivery'). Shipping is free. Thanks longmanj9

Additionally, Amazon.com also has 8-Count Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Extra Durable Cleaning Pads with Durafoam for $6.57 when you 'clip' the $1 off coupon and checkout via Subscribe & Save (click 'First Delivery On' and select 'Get it with your next S&S delivery'). Shipping is free.

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If you search for "melamine sponge" you can find knock-off versions of these from ebay and other sites. They are significantly cheaper than this deal. (honestly, this is a pretty low price for the name brand)

I understand if you are partial to the name brand. These do actually hold up better than the cheap knockoffs.
I actually prefer my knockoffs, though. They are a little smaller, and don't hold up as well. I see them as more disposable, and don't feel like I need to save it for another use later. Just use it and toss it.
I paid about $10 for a 100 pack a couple years ago and I'm still making my way through them...
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For those not aware, this "magic sponge" is able to remove those impossible marks by, essentially, ultra fine sandpaper action. Multiple uses on the same surface will often result in permanent damage. Especially on glossy surfaces.
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Good luck with this. Last time I ordered this "deal" from Amazon, it was delayed, delayed and delayed until finally they were never getting the item back in stock and cancelled my order...but yet they are back in stock again. Not wasting my time waiting for it.
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If you search for "melamine sponge" you can find knock-off versions of these from ebay and other sites. They are significantly cheaper than this deal. (honestly, this is a pretty low price for the name brand)

I understand if you are partial to the name brand. These do actually hold up better than the cheap knockoffs.
I actually prefer my knockoffs, though. They are a little smaller, and don't hold up as well. I see them as more disposable, and don't feel like I need to save it for another use later. Just use it and toss it.
I paid about $10 for a 100 pack a couple years ago and I'm still making my way through them...
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If you search for "melamine sponge" you can find knock-off versions of these from ebay and other sites. They are significantly cheaper than this deal. (honestly, this is a pretty low price for the name brand)

I understand if you are partial to the name brand. These do actually hold up better than the cheap knockoffs.
I actually prefer my knockoffs, though. They are a little smaller, and don't hold up as well. I see them as more disposable, and don't feel like I need to save it for another use later. Just use it and toss it.
I paid about $10 for a 100 pack a couple years ago and I'm still making my way through them...
I was just going to post this. I bought a 100 pack on eBay 5 years ago for under $5 and am still using them. I haven't noticed a difference other than my sponges are grayish, not pure white, but still they don't leave residue and work fantastic.
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Do yourself a favor, if you're going to buy this, also buy one of these. [amazon.com] It will be there before you are done using the Mr. Clean ones and you can stop overpaying.

This isn't even the cheapest Prime deal [amazon.com] you can get.
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Interesting. I don't need more of these but next time I do I might try the melamine (though I don't have kids so I have no need for a 100 pack...

The Magic Eraser works wonders though, removing scuffs on my brand new matte painted walls left from the movers.
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For those not aware, this "magic sponge" is able to remove those impossible marks by, essentially, ultra fine sandpaper action. Multiple uses on the same surface will often result in permanent damage. Especially on glossy surfaces.
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Do yourself a favor, if you're going to buy this, also buy one of these. [amazon.com] It will be there before you are done using the Mr. Clean ones and you can stop overpaying.

This isn't even the cheapest Prime deal [amazon.com] you can get.
thanks!LMAO
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this has much better reviews and thicker. pretty cheap too.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07176372T

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Cheers to everyone who posted alternatives, I had no idea there were some so cheap
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If you search for "melamine sponge" you can find knock-off versions of these from ebay and other sites. They are significantly cheaper than this deal. (honestly, this is a pretty low price for the name brand)

I understand if you are partial to the name brand. These do actually hold up better than the cheap knockoffs.
I actually prefer my knockoffs, though. They are a little smaller, and don't hold up as well. I see them as more disposable, and don't feel like I need to save it for another use later. Just use it and toss it.
I paid about $10 for a 100 pack a couple years ago and I'm still making my way through them...
Thank you, kind sir!
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If you search for "melamine sponge" you can find knock-off versions of these from ebay and other sites. They are significantly cheaper than this deal. (honestly, this is a pretty low price for the name brand)

I understand if you are partial to the name brand. These do actually hold up better than the cheap knockoffs.
I actually prefer my knockoffs, though. They are a little smaller, and don't hold up as well. I see them as more disposable, and don't feel like I need to save it for another use later. Just use it and toss it.
I paid about $10 for a 100 pack a couple years ago and I'm still making my way through them...
That's the problem with cheap knockoffs...sure, you could get a bunch for much less.

But, you're going to get a crumbly mess for any kind of jobs outside of small touch-ups.

I've had the Mr Cleans last through multiple uses before they are tossed. The cheap knockoffs crumble in your hands when agitated or rubbed too hard, and I can easily go through 3-4 before they are off to the landfill.

To each their own, but I prefer the higher-quality, multiple use product before I contribute to our never-ending waste problem.
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Just bought 1

Usually just buy the dollar ones at Dollar Tr--
So 9 for $5 for a name brand--whether meaning full or not, was still worth it.
I believe a name brand is at least a tad better
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If you search for "melamine sponge" you can find knock-off versions of these from ebay and other sites. They are significantly cheaper than this deal. (honestly, this is a pretty low price for the name brand)

I understand if you are partial to the name brand. These do actually hold up better than the cheap knockoffs.
I actually prefer my knockoffs, though. They are a little smaller, and don't hold up as well. I see them as more disposable, and don't feel like I need to save it for another use later. Just use it and toss it.
I paid about $10 for a 100 pack a couple years ago and I'm still making my way through them...
Yep, I do the same. Magic Erasers are a horrendous waste of money.
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