In the kitchen, there are many uses for the Scrigit Scraper. The process of broiling and baking food creates many difficult cleaning tasks. When you are using Corningware and glass baking dishes, food bakes onto the surface of the dishes. Cheese, eggs, pasta and BBQ sauce stick particularly well.
If you keep a Scrigit Scraper near the kitchen sink, you can easily grab it to remove the thicker baked food buildups instead of trying to wear the thicker spots down by going over them repeatedly with a scrubbing pad or brush. The rounded tip of the Scrigit is great for breaking through the thicker buildups and cleaning the rounded inside edges and corners. The flat end quickly removes food that remains on the flat surfaces. Keep in mind that soaking in water before cleaning will also speed up the process. Once the bulk of the food is scraped off with the Scrigit, then a scrubbing pad or brush can be used to get off the remaining small bits of food, or the dish can be put in the dishwasher. Any food stuck to the Scrigit Scraper can easily be washed off with soap and water, or the tool can also be put in the dishwasher.Share on
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