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Save £3.90 on 50pcs Magic Sponges

Save £3.90 on 50pcs Magic Sponges

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Fantiff 50Pcs Sponge Eraser Cleaner Home Kitchen Multi-function Cleaning Tool Sponges

for All purpose cleaning

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07SNBPDS8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_R5Q9Cb3N0RM78

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hpfanatik
hpfanatik9 months ago

Nothing magic about these sponges 😅 Just a regular sponge without the abrasive surface 🤔

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garygemmell
garygemmell9 months ago

Hi HP they are not a sponge they are more like a very fine sandpaper block and they do work actually - surprise surprise!

Melamine foam acts like a porous, super-fine sandpaper — with lots of tiny little holes all throughout.

When combined with water, the foam grabs onto micro-particles of dirt and debris. (A melamine sponge works best when it is damp… not wet!)

Since melamine is an open-cell foam, it is incredibly flexible and can get into small spaces, cracks, and crevices much more easily than a traditional sponge can.

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hpfanatik
hpfanatik9 months ago

garygemmell thanks for the explanation! I really thought it's another super magic useless thing. Now you make me wanna try it 😆

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GMAN
GMAN9 months ago

Just ordered worth a gamble at 5.2pu

10pc eq. 52p

20pc eq. £1.04

I ordered some before 100@£4.70

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Qiopes-Cleaning-Melamine-Multi-Functional-Cleaner/dp/B07RZK35RQ

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AlexandraP
AlexandraP9 months ago

This magic sponges are grate x this is a nice deal find , they are very useful and clean very well. Thank you for sharing it x

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YvonneKelly85
YvonneKelly859 months ago

Thanks. Not sure where i would store them all lol. Never tried them before so not sure if they are worth the risk

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HenryJames
HenryJames9 months ago

Thank you for sharing it x just ordered x grate value for such a grate product x they are really good for cleaning

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Skid
Skid9 months ago

Are these just a big sponge you have to cut them into any size Thank you

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AndreaJohnson
AndreaJohnson9 months ago

Thanks ordered 🙂

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TanyaRyan
TanyaRyan9 months ago

I ordered these defo not as good as the branded sponge but the amount you have for the price makes up for the fact they break easily.

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archanat
archanat9 months ago

This is Good. 50 sponges can last for a very long time. I will order. Thank you so much for sharing the deal

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nicolajaynehend
nicolajaynehend9 months ago

Wonder what these are Like and are they worth the money. Thank you for sharing this good deal. 😊

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garygemmell
garygemmell9 months ago

The secret behind these types of erasers is a material commonly called melamine foam. With just a little water, melamine foam can dig in and destroy stains that other products can't touch.

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nicolajaynehend
nicolajaynehend9 months ago

garygemmell thank you for your help. Might get some now. Once again thank you. 😎

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garygemmell
garygemmell9 months ago

nicolajaynehend A few years ago, Internet rumors spread that melamine foam erasers could cause serious health problems because they contained formaldehyde and had the potential to cause chemical burns. Check out Snopes.com for the outcome -- and a word to the wise: Don't go rubbing powerful abrasives on your face.

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nicolajaynehend
nicolajaynehend9 months ago

garygemmell will check out slopes.com I will not use it on my face.thank you. 😎

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garygemmell
garygemmell9 months ago

The secret behind these types of erasers is a material commonly called melamine foam. With just a little water, melamine foam can dig in and destroy stains that other products can't touch.

https://home.howstuffworks.com/magic-eraser.htm

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CaroleBallard
CaroleBallard9 months ago

I had understood that the original "magic sponges' never needed replacing, thought I must admit, I thought that was a far fetched hope in itself.

These are pretty inexpensive though and worth a shot at that price.

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BerniKellett
BerniKellett9 months ago

I use the original ones and they do break up when you use them,

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AngelaSurgenor
AngelaSurgenor9 months ago

These are brilliant. I have used before, and they even got felt tip removed from an oak table with just a wipe.

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janphoenix51
janphoenix519 months ago

....& here's me thinking that Magic Sponges are something pyhsio would use on a football field!!

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BecciBambi
BecciBambi9 months ago

Bargain will be getting. They will last a few weeks. Might even get the kids to give them to their dad for fathersdaY. See if he even knows what they are for

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MumOfThree
MumOfThree9 months ago

Hope these are similar to the branded ones, I've given it a go at that price. Got some off eBay last year and they worked really well but disintegrated pretty quickly. Thanks OP

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Kiri
Kiri9 months ago

I have ordered them, thank you hope they are good

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MagdaGrilo
MagdaGrilo9 months ago

Thank you for sharing. Brilliant find

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KarenMassey
KarenMassey9 months ago

in these days of trying to be more environmentally friendly - are these sponges compostable ? i know they are good and therefore no chemicals but do the bits that get broken off cause damage to the environment?

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garygemmell
garygemmell9 months ago

Yes they are chemical and no they are not compostable.

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tumblespots
tumblespots9 months ago

They have already gone back up to £6.50!

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Zombied
Zombied9 months ago

You need to apply the promotion and discount is applied at basket.

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tumblespots
tumblespots9 months ago

Zombied Oh, I see, isn't it a good job I didn't just expire the post and asked first. Thanks

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TracyBrown40699
TracyBrown406999 months ago

Ordered thank u. See a video the other day where one of these is put in a pool and draws the green out 🙂 def worth a try x

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garygemmell
garygemmell9 months ago

Bought them myself we shall see if these are as good as the magic eraser that costs £7.

Might even do a youtube video earn that cash back!

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