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Mr. Clean Hosts Summer Fashion Party in NYC

August 1, 2014

Mr. Clean and celebrity stylist and fashion expert Brad Goreski recently hosted the P&G brand’s first-ever  “Summer Fashion Party” in New York City to showcase how the Magic Eraser can clean doznes of tough and unexpected jobs around the house—from trendy white sneakers and lipstick stains on drinking glasses to grill tools, hair irons and even golf clubs.

Held at the Root Drive-In Studios, the event included a runway show presenting Goreski’s inspirations for summer’s white-hot trends, as well as insider advice on how to keep summer must-haves looking clean and new. 

“Being a celebrity stylist, there are many tricks of the trade that I use in my house and with my clients,” said Goreski. “The Mr. Clean Magic Eraser has so many uses, so it’s my secret cleaning tool for keeping my shoes—like the vintage Air Jordan’s I am obsessing over now—and my clients’ shoes, scuff- and dirt-free.”
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