Testimonials


  • I received the Scrigit Scraper - It's AMAZING! I used it the same day to remove paint from the floor in my kids' room and to remove stickers from their bed. It worked great. I think everyone need to have a Scrigit!

    Andreea A  Colorado  Website

    I received the Scrigit Scraper - It's AMAZING! I used it the same day to remove paint from the floor in my kids' room and to remove stickers from their bed. It worked great. I think everyone need to have a Scrigit!

    Andreea A  Colorado  Website

  • Got the Scrigit the other day and have used it several times with great results. I have used it to clean kitchen counters and the stove to remove stuck on food splatters. I have always hated when I buy something at the store and there is a price tag stuck on it that won't come off cleanly. The Scrigit works great at removing those price tags without damage to the product. I will be buying another pack to keep in different places around the house.

    Tim  Columbia, MD

    Got the Scrigit the other day and have used it several times with great results. I have used it to clean kitchen counters and the stove to remove stuck on food splatters. I have always hated when I buy something at the store and there is a price tag stuck on it that won't come off cleanly. The Scrigit works great at removing those price tags without damage to the product. I will be buying another pack to keep in different places around the house.

    Tim  Columbia, MD

  • I have a Scrigit and continue to find more uses for it. As it advertises, it works great scraping labels off (especially if I soak it first or use Goo Gone), but it is also great to remove dried food on surfaces (who doesn't drip the batter onto the counter when making pancakes?). I use it when I'm cleaning. It is just the right size to fit in the small crevices - for example around the base of my kitchen faucet or where any two surfaces meet. Any time you might grab a fork or a knife to use as a tool, the Scrigit is so much better because you don't bend your fork tines nor do you scratch the surface you are cleaning like the metal does. The only problem I had when I first got it was remembering I had it (kinda like reusable grocery bags) so when you get yours keep it in an easy to find place. With the holidays coming up, they would make great stocking stuffers and only cost a few dollars each.

    Barbara  Olney, MD

    I have a Scrigit and continue to find more uses for it. As it advertises, it works great scraping labels off (especially if I soak it first or use Goo Gone), but it is also great to remove dried food on surfaces (who doesn't drip the batter onto the counter when making pancakes?). I use it when I'm cleaning. It is just the right size to fit in the small crevices - for example around the base of my kitchen faucet or where any two surfaces meet. Any time you might grab a fork or a knife to use as a tool, the Scrigit is so much better because you don't bend your fork tines nor do you scratch the surface you are cleaning like the metal does. The only problem I had when I first got it was remembering I had it (kinda like reusable grocery bags) so when you get yours keep it in an easy to find place. With the holidays coming up, they would make great stocking stuffers and only cost a few dollars each.

    Barbara  Olney, MD

  • The small size of the Scrigit Scraper makes it easy to keep them in handy locations around the house so I can quickly grab one when I am cleaning or need to remove an adhesive label.

    Emily W  Manassas, VA

    The small size of the Scrigit Scraper makes it easy to keep them in handy locations around the house so I can quickly grab one when I am cleaning or need to remove an adhesive label.

    Emily W  Manassas, VA

  • I purchased these for my mom. She already bought a few packs and loves them! She wanted to be able to gift them to people. Great invention!

    Jennifer  Novi, Michigan

    I purchased these for my mom. She already bought a few packs and loves them! She wanted to be able to gift them to people. Great invention!

    Jennifer  Novi, Michigan

  • I am shocked that something that seems so simple is so handy. I use it all the time to get off stickers, spots of paint left by the painters, and goop on my countertops. No more ruining my nails. This would make a great stocking stuffer. I can see it getting dull after a while, but for the price it's great.

    Amazon Customer

    I am shocked that something that seems so simple is so handy. I use it all the time to get off stickers, spots of paint left by the painters, and goop on my countertops. No more ruining my nails. This would make a great stocking stuffer. I can see it getting dull after a while, but for the price it's great.

    Amazon Customer

  • Scrigit works wonders on labels that don't come off easily. I soaked my jar labels and removed the remaining glue and paper residue with Scrigit. It came off like magic! Then I used Scrigit to remove spilled honey on my glass shelves in the refrigerator. Came off, no problem! Very handy in the kitchen and washes off easily.

    Lisa S  Los Angeles, CA

    Scrigit works wonders on labels that don't come off easily. I soaked my jar labels and removed the remaining glue and paper residue with Scrigit. It came off like magic! Then I used Scrigit to remove spilled honey on my glass shelves in the refrigerator. Came off, no problem! Very handy in the kitchen and washes off easily.

    Lisa S  Los Angeles, CA

  • The Scrigit Scraper is great for cleaning off small spots of dried food stuck on my granite countertop and brown grime that builds up along the back edges and corners by the backsplash. It is really handy to keep by the kitchen sink so I can quickly remove bits of food stuck to dishes, pots and pans.

    Lynn S  Columbia, MD

    The Scrigit Scraper is great for cleaning off small spots of dried food stuck on my granite countertop and brown grime that builds up along the back edges and corners by the backsplash. It is really handy to keep by the kitchen sink so I can quickly remove bits of food stuck to dishes, pots and pans.

    Lynn S  Columbia, MD

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