Anyone who has kids knows how messy they are. My two are no exception. They seem to leave a trail of filth and destruction wherever they go. When it comes to sticky food remnants, the kitchen table and the carseat are in the most disgusting shape by far.
Speaking of the kitchen table, ours is the worst. It has two deep grooves running across the top and every single crumb and spill gets stuck in there. The table was purchased before the kids came along, so I’m chalking it up to one of the many things we didn’t think think ahead on. No matter what we do, we just can’t get in there to clean that channel of all of the grime that has become stuck there. We have used our fingers, wipes, pencils, you name it but we finally found a product that truly works, the Scrigit Scraper.
Kids love to slap stickers on everything, don’t they? Well the Scrigit just helped me remove a bunch of stickers from the kids’ play table in the basement. Normally the sticker removing process can be quite daunting and time consuming; not so with this handy scraper! This would also work well for removing adhesive labels from products and jars.
This versatile pen-shaped cleaning tool can be used to quickly and effectively clean dried food, candle wax, dirt, latex paint splatters, and adhesive stickers and labels. The small size and shape make it practical to and easy to keep on hand. Store one in the glovebox, another in the kitchen drawer or craft workshop – it’s even compact enough to carry in your purse! This is one of our favorite products that is made in the U.S.A.
Scrigit Scrapers are sold in 2-packs for $6.99 and 5-packs for $9.99. They are available online at www.scrigit-scraper.com, hardware stores in over 40 states, and also on Amazon.
Win an assortment of Scrigit scrapers and a $25 Amazon gift card!
Jillian Too says
It looks like a very handy tool. I’d love to try it.
Lisa L says
What a handy tool to have! I like that they come in multi-packs so I can have them around the house.
I usually use my nails or rubbing alcohol to remove labels. This looks way easier. What a clever gadget!
I can think of a few spots in my home that the I could use this for! Thanks for the information and the giveaway.
amanda whitley says
i couldve used these a week ago when i was deep cleaning and trying to find something to get in tiny spots. i would love to have them on hand from now on. thanks for this!