Moving into the new house has been such a task over the last year and in more ways than just being a homeowner again. Our house was actually a flipped house where it was in horrific shape and then someone bought it cheap and fixed it up solely with the purpose of reselling it for profit. This was great when it came to the surface of appearances when we first bought it. We got a great deal, the house looked gorgeous and passed all inspections.
Over the course of the last year, we've been working on project upon project doing everything ourselves if we can. Of course the there are big projects that require a lot of time, energy, and money. But for the littler ones I've discovered an every day tool that has helped me quite a bit since it first arrived. In fact, I've become quite obsessed with it and you will see why in my photos below.
The Scrigit Scraper is a cleaning tool the same size as any average pen with different style scrapers at each end. Made of a durable hygienic plastic, it "is safe to use on most household and automotive surfaces, including Plexiglas® windows. Working on most any substance such as food, candle wax, soap build-up, paint, adhesive labels, grease and grime. After reading that it would help remove all these and more, I knew exactly how I would put it to the test.
We live on a well which brings tons of rust and water stains on everything. Since we've only lived in the home for a year, we are still in the learning process when it comes to the differences in well water versus city water. Because the home sat for a year empty, there was a horrific rust stain on the toilet in the main bathroom, rust and water stains around the tub drain, and some sort of caulk and water stain in the sink.
ALL of which I had tried every chemical I could think of (even those unsafe for my septic tank) to remove these stains. I tried the ever so popular Mr. Clean Eraser, a coarse scrubby, even odd tricks like coke, and good ole elbow grease...a LOT. NOTHING worked...until I decided to use the Scrigit. Using it in combo with a Rust Remover that I had tried in the past, I was able to clean these horrid stains for the first time in a year. While I of cours we still had to use elbow grease on the toilet, the sink and tub came clean with very little effort (which you can even see in my video).
5 Pack - $9.99
Recommendation: This is my IT product for cleaning those hard to get stains and spaces. No longer will I have a dirty toothbrush or scrubby which isn't going to work nearly as well! While I can tell you I literally destroyed one of the Scrigits during my toilet cleaning, I can tell you I was not easy on it and it still could technically be used. The price is very very reasonable, I recommend this to everyone and anyone! Seriously get one or 5!
Giveaway: Scrigit is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers a $20 Amazon GC plus a 2 pack and a 5 pack of the Scrigits of their own!
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