Magic Sponge

Magic Sponge

posted on 12 Oct 2002 in Instructions

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Silverwolf
Silverwolf
13 years ago

You know, when a sponge requires more cleaning care than the surface to be cleaned, I begin to wonder about the quality of this product…

Veggiet
Veggiet
12 years ago

I find it amazing that after all that they can correctly use the word “decoloration.” What? that’s not a word? rats….

Vlasdorian
Vlasdorian
12 years ago

It says what NOT to use it for, but what DO you use it for? … and how much water is “enough”?

Willem
Willem
10 years ago

Does using a sponge require instructions ?

kyotzeta
10 years ago

If it becomes dirty, wash the dirty part lightly with water. I said lightly! Ohh, now you’ve done it. You’ve made my goods split. I -told- you to use it at an unnoticeable area, but nooo…you had to go and use it for other use.

Ummm…dry it after using and -then- wash it in running water? But not hot water…it cleans the stains out of it’s skin, or else it gets the hose again!

@Vlasdorian It’s one of those magic sponge things like Mr. Clean makes…for getting marker and crayons off your children. Oops, that didn’t come out right…

Josualdo
Josualdo
9 years ago

Not for Jedis. Splits under strong force.

JuLiAnBo188
JuLiAnBo188
9 years ago

After cleaning the stains out of it, please use a dried cloth to “finish the work”. I already finished it if I already cleaned all those bloodstains

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
6 years ago

What is other use?!

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
6 years ago

Yes, I admit I’m not sure whether I can use it or not!

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