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Erase away those manky fake tan marks

Thu, 18 September 2008 3:16PM

Normally we wouldn’t advise putting household cleaning agents on your skin. But then, normally you wouldn’t walk around with great neon signs around your ankles and feet and wrists, advertising that while you like to look tanned, you haven’t quite mastered the art of making it look completely convincing. Hey. We’re not judging. Our wrists are golden and our hands are white. But! There is a fix. A MAGICAL one.


Simply use a Chux Magic Eraser. We did after reading it in a comment on some obscure blog, and now we rather like to carry on as though we thought of it. It works when lemon juice and body scrubs don’t. (Like most of the time.)


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  • Posted by: jo77 Master Fan // Fri, 28 June 2013 11:02pm

    Oh love that tip, cheers!!

  • Posted by: diva89 Master Fan // Sun, 18 August 2013 02:37pm

    thanks for the tip

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