If you’ve hosted holiday gatherings before I’m sure the days leading up to the big day, were spent cleaning, buying and preparing food and ironing linens for fancy table displays. When I start preparing for a holiday gathering, which is always at our home, I start looking a little deeper than simply cleaning the surface of things. Sometimes things require some time to make them shine.
As you probably read, we just got done hosting Thanksgiving and from Monday until Thursday morning I spent cleaning and cooking up a storm. Part of that cleaning involved cleaning areas that collect a lot sediment like calcium and salt water build up or just plain old grime in crevices that are hard to reach or hard to clean unless you have the right tool!
This is where the scrigit scraper can help.
I was cleaning bathrooms and used this handy tool around the base of my faucet and where calcium builds up where it comes out of the spout. I used the scrigit to scrape away the build up with the help of a bathroom cleaner and it did so much better than my scrubbing sponge.
See below? Its gone!
Seeing how well it worked on this part of the sink, I decided to tackle something a little harder!
Check this out:
The fridge’s ice and water dispenser has the worst build up! It was gross looking and I knew I needed to get this cleaned up before Thanksgiving!
With the tray below, I used the scrigit and some CLR and it cleaned up pretty nicely. But with the water dispensing part, I wasn’t sure I wanted to use such a toxic chemical right there where it dispenses water, so I decided on a concoction of lemon juice, vinegar and baking soda and the help of the scrigit scraper!
The scrigit scraper helped get rid of all that residue, it helped save my hands from scrubbing too!
Here’s the before and after:
Aren’t you impressed!? The good news is you can buy the scrigit scraper on amazon.com at a very affordable price! I think every household needs many of these for all of its uses, such as letter opening, cleaning up adhesive or label residue, or like I did water build up and bathroom grime! Save your hands and get this handy tool!
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