Kitchen floors gather a lot of mysterious spots of often unknown substances. All of a sudden when you walk in the kitchen there is some pea to coin size spot of something stuck to the floor. It might even be a smashed pea. This is particularly true if you have dogs or kids, or both. Dogs often drop bits of their food on the floor that they don’t realize is stuck to the fur around their mouth. Dogs and kids track mysterious substances in from outdoors. The very nature of the food preparation, serving and possible consumption that takes place in the kitchen means that some bits of food or splashes of sauces and gravy will end up on the floor and possibly trampled. The hectic nature of holidays, such as Thanksgiving, with family and guests crowded into the kitchen make it even more likely that spots of food and other things end up drying on the floor.
Removing spots of dried food and other substances from the kitchen floor can be difficult. You really don’t want to use your fingernails and risk breaking your nails or having the substance get stuck under the nail, a very uncomfortable feeling. Metal scrapers of any type, including kitchen knives, can damage most floors. The best way to remove spots of unwanted substances from kitchen floors is to use a Scrigit™ Scraper cleaning tool. The non-scratch Scrigit Scraper will quickly and easily remove most spots without damaging the floor, though use extra caution with wooden floors. The rounded lower tip shaped like a fingernail will break through larger or thicker spots. The flat-edged tip will work the best on most other spots. If the spot does not scrape off with only a small amount of effort, then soften the spot with water or a household spray cleaner appropriate for your type of floor.
The compact size of the Scrigit Scraper makes it easy to keep handy in the kitchen. You might want to have one in the room to clean the kitchen floor and another by the sink for dishes, pots, and pans.Share on
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