How to Make Your Own Magic Eraser for Just 10 Cents

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Why would you make more than one, then? We can think of several reasons, but our favorite has to be getting the whole family involved in the cleaning frenzy. Whip up a bunch, give one to each member of the family, and send them out to get your whole house clean in no time.

To see these DIY magic erasers in action, and to learn just how much money you’ll be saving, check out this video from Houston’s ABC 13 Eyewitness News below! You have to check out the comparison with the store-bought Magic Erasers, too; the winner in this cleaning contest might surprise you!

What do you think of this DIY version of Magic Erasers? Have you ever made one before? Is there another combination of cleaning ingredients that works just as well? (We’ve heard rumors that you can use Castile soap instead of Borax, if you want!) Do you think you’ll give this homemade version a try? Tell us what you think, and be sure to let us know if you give this DIY cleaning project a try!

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