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Okay have had a big problem in using bore water and some tank water as it stains all the insides of the cups. a friend has now suggested I use the chux extra thick magic eraser, AS IT SOON GETS RID OF ANY BUILD UP , ALSO SHE USES IT ON DOOR AND FRIDGE MARKS AND EVEN WALL MARKS. hAS ANYONE OF OUR LADIES OUT THERE EVER USED, AND FOR HOW LONG DO THEY LAST. i HAVE TODAY BOUGHT A PACKET, AS i FIND THAT AJAX TAKES OFF THE INSIDE OF THE CU P S but seems to take the finish off the china. How good is the chux, and have you used it for long…


Posted by bettythrelfo, 20th February 2014


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  • I’ve heard denture cleaners, like Steradent work to get tea stains out of cups so maybe it will do the same for bore stains. BTW if you know a good way to get bore stains off Super Six fencing, please let me know :)

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  • Those Chux are excellent and last quite a while. Of course, it depends how often it’s used as to how long it lasts. I don’t understand why your water is causing such staining. Bore water, yes, but should you even drink that? We have tank water, only tank water, and there’s no staining on anything

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  • I love the erasers! My mum has the same problem in her toilet… she always explains to people that it IS clean.

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  • I love magic erasers to but haven’t used them on cups good luck

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  • Following this too, interested to know what others use that works :)

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  • No idea for this problem, sorry. Hope you find the great solution.

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  • love the magic erasers, BUT you have to do test patches, as well, it can remove paint and varnish off surfaces

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  • it sounds like chux is good

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  • I’ve found that baking soda and water works for me great. Make a paste and it works a bit like creme cleansers do.


    • I do the same thing sometimes using vinegar in place of the water.

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  • i haven;t had this problem im not sure

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  • never had this problem but will keep an eye…

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  • I am on tank water and I just put bleach in my cups and let them sit than empty and wash as normal. there is no bleach taste at all

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  • I haven’t used the eraser but do have stained cups due to drinking very strong, black tea. I find making a paste with baking soda and water, rubbing it on the stains and leaving it then washing off with a soft cloth or brush works for me.

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