I love Mr. Clean Magic Erasers. So do you, unless you have no soul. What’s not to love about a little sponge that cleans absolutely every atrocity your children can visit upon your house?
Get this: For the forseeable future (until they meet their goal of $15,000), for every submission of a great usage of Magic Erasers you’ve discovered, Mr. Clean will donate a dollar to The Hands On Network, a growing charity that helps volunteers keep communities clean. (Some of its affiliates are working on Katrina-related projects right now.)
Go submit your tips and you’re not only joining in the well-deserved lovefest for a miracle product, you’re raising dollars for a worthy cause.
Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with Mr. Clean, the Hands On Network, Proctor & Gamble, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Hot Dog on a Stick, Viagra, or the Nigerian government in any way. I have not been compensated or bribed in any manner for posting this message, although if someone wants to offer, let me know. Mr. Clean Magic Eraser has not been shown to be an effective deterrent to Eastern Equine Encephalitis or telemarketers.