Scrigit: The Essential Scraper Tool Review

Scrigit: The Essential Scraper Tool Review and Amazon $25.00 Gift Card Giveaway

If there is one thing that i do a lot of in our home, is scraping. The scraping can range from hardened food, remaining stickers on packages and a myriad of other scrapable items. Recently I began to grow my nails out, and I have already begun abuse them as use them to remove adhesive.

As I often say, timing is everything and theĀ  Scrigit: The Essential Scraper Tool was becoming widely available I knew I wanted to give it a try.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Scrigit. I also received a Amazon gift card. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

I received a couple of packs of the Scrigit: The Essential Scraper Tool for review.

The Scrigit: The Essential Scraper Tool is scraper tool you never knew you had to have, at least that is how I felt.

The Scrigit: The Essential Scraper Tool is a pocket-size scraper that has a slanted end on one side and a flat head on the other side. The dual option makes it easy for scraping anything off any surface. The size of the Scrigit makes it easy to fit anywhere and when it is in your hand it resembles a pen, so it is comfortable.

I tried to remove was a price sticker on a product that I was giving as a gift. I still had to remove the adhesive but the Scrigit make it much easier. The uses for this are endless and include such options as cleaning flat surfaces, door grooves, and window tracks to name a few. The Scrigit is made of a non-scratch polycarbonate plastic that is durable that has a similar hardness to a finger nail.

With the Scrigit: The Essential Scraper Tool you will not break a nail or scratch a surface again, the Scrigit will be a wonderful addition to any household – go get a set!

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109 thoughts on “Scrigit: The Essential Scraper Tool Review

  1. Darcy L Koch

    I would use it to remove shipping labels from packages I receive before I throw the box in the trash.

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  2. Jen D

    I would use it for cleaning around the edges of the window tracks, my sliding door tracks, to remove stickers and their residue, etc.

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  3. Debbie Welchert

    I would use it to remove gum and candy that my grandchildren have dropped on the floor and I would also use it to clean up wax from my candles.

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  4. tat2gurlzrock

    This would be great for removing paint off glass and stickers or labels.

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  5. amy guillaume linderman

    gettting the sticky price tags of all the things i buy at the thrift store

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  6. David Hollingsworth

    I would use it to scrape off chipped paint that peels from my walls.

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  7. Tracy Robertson

    I would use it for the soap tray in the shower and the shower door tracks.

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  8. Ann Fantom

    I would use the Scrigit Scraper to clean our bathroom tile floor around the baseboards.

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  9. John Smith

    “What would you use your Scrigit for?” For basically everything! The uses are endless!

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  10. latoya

    I’ve never heard of this product before…I would probably use it to scrape off hardened food.

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  11. Wendy R.

    Our nightstands have this pesky little channel on the top that gets stuff stuck in it. I bet this tool would be good to get that stuff out!!

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  12. Julie Wood

    I would use it to get stickers off the refrigerator and table that the kids have put on it!

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  13. Kathy B

    I would use this for scraping in tight places while cleaning. I can think of all kinds of uses for them! I have some stubborn stickers on appliances that would be great to use them on too.

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  14. Kim Avery

    I would use it to scrape food off dishes. Even though I try to rinse them there’s that one rogue dish!

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  15. TheresaJenkins

    I would put one in my cleaning caddy and one in my in my electrician/ handyman husbands tool pouch

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  16. Julie Bickham

    I’m sure my fiance would use this to scratch his scratch tickets with lol

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  17. heather

    I would use my scrigit for scrapping labels off of boxes that i want to re-use also for removing stickers that the kids stick on everything.

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  18. Cheryl Chervitz

    I would use it to remove stickers or adhesive on my floors or windows.

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  19. Victoria Scott

    Removing tags and stickers and gummies that get smooshed by the kids onto the kitchen floor, somehow…

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  20. Catherine Lewis

    I have a lot of moss that grows on the rocks that our house is built with. I think this would be perfect!

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  21. Melissa Storms

    I would love to have one of these right now to get the little spots of paint on my kitchen floor. We just painted and there is just no way to keep from getting paint on the floor.

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  22. SaraAB87

    This looks like an amazing tool to have around the house, I would use it for peeling crayons.

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  23. Debbi Wellenstein

    I will use it to remove stickers that my kids have plastered all over the place!

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  24. mary loveland

    My kids are constantly getting gum on the floor so I would use it for that

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  25. Darlene Wetzel

    I would use it to remove the stickers from our Salvation Army and yard sale stickers.

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  26. aecharlebois

    I would probably use it for removing price tags off products that I purchased. Drives me nuts when stores place them on glass and plastic products and they’re next to impossible to get off.

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  27. clynsg

    We still have stickers on the windows from an earlier replacement, so I would certainly use them on those. Also, they would help in cleaning shower door tracks, etc.

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  28. mrsmchappell

    I love the idea of scraping off labels and stickers with this scraper tool!

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  29. Kelly McGrew

    I would like to be able to easily remove price stickers from household items (dishes, glasses, etc) and also to scrape off buildup on windows/mirrors from toothpaste, sticker residue, bug guts on my car windshield, etc!)

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  30. Laurajj

    I would love to use this to remove the store stickers on products. I have such a hard time with some of them!

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  31. Samantha Martin

    There are so many uses you can use it for everything! You can use it for taking stickers off of something. I have a dresser we bought at a second hand store. It is so cute well all but the thousand child stickers sticking to it. We can use this to scrape it off to me that would be a blessing !! I have tried everything including rubbing alcohol that is peeling the finish off of it. And that is not what you want !

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  32. Heather D

    I would use it for the random stickers that I always find. The kids put them everywhere.

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  33. Shane A

    I’d use it to remove old calking around our sink and tub before I lay down the new stuff.

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  34. Sandy Cain

    I’d use this for a lot of things – to scrape off old caulking, to get off price stickers, to get off labels on bottle and jars that I’d like to re-purpose for crafts. Lots os uses!

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  35. Tonya Dreese Flores

    I would use in the kids room cause they’re always putting stuff on places that get stuck. lol

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  36. Terry

    I would use it in my kitchen to clean all of the cracks and crevices as well as use it to remove all of those sticky labels.

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  37. Brandy Jones

    I would use it to get that stubborn burnt on food splatters out of my microwave

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  38. Christy Peeples DuBois

    I would use it for anything I needed to crape off of something else. I can definitely see if being handy.

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  39. Leah Shumack

    I would use this for cleaning! My biggest pet peeve is dried toothpaste seems to be everywhere in the bathroom after the kids brush their teeth!

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  40. Kristen Joiner

    I would use it to clean my bathroom. I think it would help also with getting old dry caulking out of corners.

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  41. Kayla Klontz

    I would use it to take sticky things off of my windows and other items.

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  42. Elicia P

    I could think of many things. One that come to the top of my head is that gunk between the creases in my car.

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  43. Shelley P

    I would use the Scrigit to remove the price stickers on products I buy.

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