Cajun Contractor’s Radio Show Features Scrigit Scraper

Home Talk USA with Cajun Contractor Michael King Features Scrigit Scraper

Listen to the Radio Program on Saturday, July 30 at 4:30 PM EST 3:30 CST, etc.

Cajun Contractor Home Talk logoWell known as the “Cajun Contractor,” Michael King hosts a weekly syndicated radio program broadcasted nationally on over 217 radio markets around the United States and in 47 countries. Mr. King is a licensed contractor in Louisiana and the host of the weekly radio program called Home Talk USA, which is ranked the #1 home improvement radio program in the USA out of 79 competing programs. The show airs on Saturdays from 3:00 to 6:00 PM Central Time and features calls from listeners and interviews with home industry experts from a wide range of companies who discuss issues that have to do with the home and the products and techniques that solve these issues.

On the episode that airs on Saturday, July 30 at 4:30 PM Eastern Time / 3:30 PM Central Time and earlier in the Mountain and Pacific time zones, Mr. King welcomes Jay Feinberg, the inventor of the Scrigit Scraper cleaning tool and CEO of his company, Scrigit, LLC. Learn all about what inspired the invention of the Scrigit® Scraper, how it was developed, the problems it solves, and how it is used.

You can listen to the interview as it airs at Click on “Listen Now” in the blue navigation bar near the top of the screen and then select the program you want to hear on the next screen. A repeat of the episode will be on gcnlive on Sunday, 7/31, at 3:30 PM EST. The episode will also be available as a podcast starting on the following Monday at the Home Talk USA website, Click on ‘Podcast’ in the column on the left side of the screen. For more information about Michael King and the Home Talk USA, check out this website.

The handy pen-shaped Scrigit Scraper is a versatile cleaning tool that provides a safe, quick and convenient way to remove small amounts of unwanted substances from household and automotive surfaces, edges and grooves without damaging the surfacing being cleaned.


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