‘Little People, Big World’: Fans Slam Audrey Roloff for Promoting ‘Toxic’ Cleaning Products

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Audrey Roloff might be taken with the Magic Erasers, but a number of her followers were disappointed to see her shilling a product they saw as potentially harmful.

“Is this not the opposite of clean products in your home? I’m so confused,” one wrote.

“You are anti-plastic and anti-chemicals but endorse this?” wrote another baffled commenter.

One person said the magic erasers were “dangerous to kids.” Another claimed “they will peel paint off your walls.”

Several critics also pointed out that Roloff is heavily involved in Young Living, a multi-level marketing company that

Audrey Roloff is catching heat for her latest post on Instagram. On June 29, the former Little People, Big World star shared a post promoting Mr. Clean Magic Erasers. But the ad had some of her followers up in arms. They criticized the mom of two for encouraging people to use “toxic” cleaning products, especially since she’s talked in the past about ditching chemicals and living a more natural life.

The ‘Little People, Big World’ star says she swears by this product

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Dear moms, if you don’t have one of these on hand at all times in your kitchen… you’re missing out! #mrcleanpartner This Magic Eraser Extra Durable by @mrclean keeps our quartz counter tops stain free and gets out the tough stains in our farmhouse sink literally like magic wine stains, rings from pans left in the sink, Embers paint brushes left on the counter over night, even an incident with permanent marker… Magic Eraser for the win! How do you use your magic eraser #unexpectedmagic

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A post shared by Audrey Mirabella Roloff (@audreyroloff) on Jun 29, 2020 at 12:40pm PDT

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Roloff has her hands full as the mom of two young kids. To help keep her house sparkling, she says she turns to the Mr. Clean erasers.

“Dear moms, if you don’t have one of these on hand at all times in your kitchen… you’re missing out!” she wrote. Roloff added that the erasers keep her quartz counters and farmhouse sink free of stains and are even able to clean up permanent marker incidents.

Roloff’s mother-in-law Amy Roloff also chimed in to praise the erasers. “It works great,” she commetend. “[I] use it often on tough stains in my kitchen and bathroom.”

Fans aren’t happy with Audrey Roloff’s Instagram post

Audrey Roloff | Tibrina Hobson/Getty Images

Audrey Roloff might be taken with the Magic Erasers, but a number of her followers were disappointed to see her shilling a product they saw as potentially harmful.

“Is this not the opposite of clean products in your home? I’m so confused,” one wrote.

“You are anti-plastic and anti-chemicals but endorse this?” wrote

Source:: Showbiz Cheat Sheet

      

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