Testimonials


  • I have been using the Scrigit for four months on a wide variety of surfaces. I used it this week to scrape some residual caulking off our new kitchen backsplash. It worked very well without scratching the tile!

    Carolyn  Olney, MD

    I have been using the Scrigit for four months on a wide variety of surfaces. I used it this week to scrape some residual caulking off our new kitchen backsplash. It worked very well without scratching the tile!

    Carolyn  Olney, MD

  • I won a couple packs from Peanut Butter and Whine on facebook and I love mine. I use mine on my deep fryer....works wonders and I use on my camera, laptop on my stove..I use everywhere. Kids use for grooming... I need order more soon ..thanks for the great product....

    pamela bailey  hazel green

    I won a couple packs from Peanut Butter and Whine on facebook and I love mine. I use mine on my deep fryer....works wonders and I use on my camera, laptop on my stove..I use everywhere. Kids use for grooming... I need order more soon ..thanks for the great product....

    pamela bailey  hazel green
  • Very impressed with your product. Works flawlessly.

    B Thompson  Canada

    Very impressed with your product. Works flawlessly.

    B Thompson  Canada

  • Did I discover a new use for my Scrigit Scraper? Rather than using a sharp knife to open all those holiday shipped boxes, I found the Scrigit Scraper is a great tool to pry under the seals, defeat the glue, and open the box ... all with little damage to the box itself. The Scrigit Scraper neatly works between the cardboard layers to separate the glue. Plus, I can re-use the box!

    John L  New Orleans

    Did I discover a new use for my Scrigit Scraper? Rather than using a sharp knife to open all those holiday shipped boxes, I found the Scrigit Scraper is a great tool to pry under the seals, defeat the glue, and open the box ... all with little damage to the box itself. The Scrigit Scraper neatly works between the cardboard layers to separate the glue. Plus, I can re-use the box!

    John L  New Orleans

  • 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

  • Best Cleaning Tool - EVER! This is the greatest cleaning tool invented! I love it! I had tried every tip to get rid of the hard water build-up around my sinks, and this little gizmo gets rid of it in a breeze. Everyone should have one. So simple and so brilliant. Everyone will get one in their Christmas stocking.

    Debra  Los Gatos, California

    Best Cleaning Tool - EVER! This is the greatest cleaning tool invented! I love it! I had tried every tip to get rid of the hard water build-up around my sinks, and this little gizmo gets rid of it in a breeze. Everyone should have one. So simple and so brilliant. Everyone will get one in their Christmas stocking.

    Debra  Los Gatos, California

  • This little tool is so useful. Every time I start to use my fingernails as a tool, I remember my Scrigit and use it instead. It saves my fingernails and does a good job. Worthwhile purchase.

    Pat D  Cleveland Heights, OH

    This little tool is so useful. Every time I start to use my fingernails as a tool, I remember my Scrigit and use it instead. It saves my fingernails and does a good job. Worthwhile purchase.

    Pat D  Cleveland Heights, OH

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