Real Simple Says to Use the Scrigit Scraper to Clean Nooks and Surfaces in the Kitchen
In the article, “How to Clean the Trickiest and Ickiest Kitchen Spots,” Real Simple magazine recommends using the handy and unique Scrigit Scraper cleaning tool for several tasks.
Around the Sink and Faucet: “If any stubborn gunk remains, unearth it with a [non-scratch] plastic tool [such as] the angled Scrigit Scraper (a favorite of certified cleaning technician [and author] Donna Smallin Kuper.” The Scrigit Scraper is great for removing the grime that builds up around the edges of the sink and along the edges and corners where the countertop meets the backsplash.
Refrigerator Shelf Seams: “Make a paste of equal parts baking soda and hot water and, using an old toothbrush, gently scrub the seam where the glass meets the plastic edge. Agitating the past lifts the grim. Rinse or wipe with a dampened sponge. If any buildup remains, chip it away with a Scrigit Scraper.” Actually, you might want to start with the Scrigit Scraper to remove thicker spots and then switch to the baking soda paste and a lot less scrubbing with the toothbrush to remove the rest. Using a new toothbrush, such as one that the dentist gave you that you don’t like, would work better than an old soft toothbrush.
Dishwasher Seal and Detergent Dispenser: “For the dispenser, use the Scrigit Scraper to chisel off hardened detergent or food particles.”
The pen-shaped Scrigit Scraper is small enough keep right by the kitchen sink so you can grab it quickly for a wide range of kitchen cleaning tasks, from scraping off egg and cheese stuck to bakeware and dishes to removing spots of dried food on the counter or floor. The durable polycarbonate plastic tool won’t rust and is dishwasher safe. The Scrigit Scraper is a real simple solution to a wide range of icky and tricky kitchen problems. Give Scrigit Scrapers a try in your kitchen. You can find them online and at a growing number of independent hardware stores in over 30 states. Ask for them at your favorite store. Pick up a copy of the November issue of Real Simple at most stores where magazines are sold to learn about all the kitchen cleaning tips.Share on
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