Thursday, January 31, 2013

How to Clean Six Panel Door with a Magic Eraser

Fig.1: Bottom door edge
By Gary Boutin

Supplies and Tools:
Mr. Clean Magic Eraser®
Dry clean towels

What is my favorite tool to take off dark marks of white paneled doors, It the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser®. The magic Eraser sponge is white in color. As it removed the marks on the door the sponge itself seems to disappear.

This post shows the four steps to clean white paneled doors with the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser.

Step 1: Above fig.1 through fig.5 shows how to wipe the entire door including the panel edges, the dirt and dust on top of the door paneled edges.
Fig.2: Bottom left side
Fig.3 Bottom right side
Fig.4 Bottom of right top side
Fig.5 Another view of the
bottom of right top side
Step 2: Fig.6 through fig.9 shows the Magic Eraser® cleaning the door. The Magic Eraser® Sponge is pressed into the molds of the door to remove the dust and dirt.
Fig.6 Cleaning dirt from edges
Fig.7 Right side
Fig.8 Right side another view
Step 3: Fig.10 and fig.11 shows a dry towel was used to pick up any moisture on the door, along with any dirt that the magic eraser® removes. 
Fig.9 Left side top view
Fig.10 Top side of decor
Fig.11 Bottom side drying door
Step 4: Fig.12 shows the finished clean door. Takes about thirty minutes to do both sides of the door, a little longer if you have dark marks at the bottom of the doors. Now if you have six paneled doors like my home it will take a few hours to clean all the doors but then your home will be all ready for company.
Fig.12 Finished door

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