Starbucks & Scrigit #Giveaway


You may have never heard of Scrigits before now and that is totally OK but after this you will want this handy dandy little tool for scraping whatever, wherever you need to scrape. Scrigits comes in a two pack and a 5 pack. I would love to know why 5 and not 6. 5 is my favorite number so I am totally cool with that but just curious! This little blue tool will eventually be a household name and will save you time, effort and your nails!

We used it in our kitchen and bathroom but you can use it wherever. Order enough to have one in your handbag, office, car, briefcase. I don't know how we got by without them.

The best thing about the Scrigit is that it is totally harmless to most surfaces.

There are two sides to Scrigit. One side is a sharper, flatter edge while the other is shaped like your nail.

We spent the weekend, walking around the house and scraping everything. Little things that we didn't even know were an issue were suddenly taken care and we had fun doing it.

Goddess got right to work scraping my kitchen floor and drawers.

Look at this! I couldn't stop her if I wanted to..

 Just look at this shot! She was working on the bottom lip of the oven door. Just gross!!!


Just check out my kitchen floor. The house was built in 1972 and new really cheap flooring put in right before we bought it. It was just cleaned with a mop but look at what happens when you get in there and detail. The flooring has little pores where the dirt gets trapped but you can see they work she did on that silver flooring thingy AND when I started picking the floor blackheads, it worked amazingly!

You can use Scrigit on way more than flooring here are just some ways:
  • Showers
  • Windows
  • Dishes
  • Stovetops
  • Countertops
  • Belts
  • Shoes
  • Sinks
  • Stickers
  • Etc!
  • Any surface where you would scrape something off!

I was thinking how great this would be for when I re-paint the windows this year. I could just get any paint off the glass that leaks through my tape. It will happen!

Goddess loves it!


Well she said it while she was cleaning and I ran to get the phone and asked her to say it again for you guys! No coercing!

 Watch this video to hear more!


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37 comments:

  1. I really hope I win I want to try the new drink at Starbucks cotton candy and cupcake

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  2. I really hope I win I want to try the new drink at Starbucks cotton candy and cupcake

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  3. I would use it around the sink faucets and in the shower door.

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  4. I would use the Scrigit Scraper in the bathroom and kitchen to start with.

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  5. I would use it around the tub & sinks before I caulk. (Laura DeLuca)

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  6. I think I would get the most use out of the Scrigit in the car and in the kitchen.

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  7. Bath sink and tub!

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  8. I would use it in the shower, for sure! And around the sinks!! :)

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  9. OMG - what can't you scrap with this? Lol - I'm sure I could find lots of use around here for the Scrigit!

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  10. I would use it in the bath and shower

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  11. I'd use it on my daughter's play area and on her toys.

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  12. Alison Tolar10:30 PM

    I would use it in my car. It could use a good cleaning in all its little nooks and crannies.

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  13. Anonymous7:57 AM

    I would use it on my windows we are painting and I know I will need it for that!

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  14. What a neat little tool! I'd use it first in the bathroom and kitchen.
    Thank you for the review and giveaway!

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  15. I have 2 bathrooms we are trying to redow so yes this would get used in both bathrooms floor and shower

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  16. Oooh! I would use this everywhere! I think it would be great for my car console. There have been a few drink spills in there and I bet I could clean all kinds of junk out.

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  17. Both of our bathrooms could use these!

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  18. Marnie G (Derrick Todd)6:03 AM

    I would use it on the tiny grout lines in the bathroom.

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  19. amanda whitley7:46 PM

    i would use it in my bathroom and in my kitchen

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  20. I would use it in my refrigerator, around the kitchen & bathroom sinks, and to remove adhesive labels. Nice!

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  21. Nicole9:00 AM

    I would use it in the window sills

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  22. I'd use the Scrigit around the house, in the bathroom, and the kitchen.

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  23. I'd use the Scrigit in the runners of my shower doors.

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  24. I'd use it in my bathroom.

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  25. I would definitely use it in my kitchen and my truck.

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  26. Michelle StPierre11:54 PM

    I would use it in my kitchen and my truck

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  27. I'd use it for scraping lottery tickets! Hahaha...just kidding. I would actually use it for getting stubborn sticker adhesive from various surfaces, and also for cleaning some of the crud from the crevices in the parts of my wheelchair.

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  28. Maria Wood8:26 PM

    I would also use it on my stove and also in the shower.

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  29. OMG This thing is amazing! I would use it in the shower and on my kitchen counters

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  30. I would use it around the bathroom sink faucet.

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  31. I would use it to scrape the paint from the glass in my french doors (all around the edges and especially the corners!). Someone didn't do a good job cleaning up after they painted and it's impossible to get with a razor, I think the scrigit would totally do the trick!

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  32. i would use it on my shower doors and my kitchen sink

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  33. I would use the Scrigit on the bathroom mirror. There are bits of paint all over it that are a pain in the butt to get off. This would work perfectly for that task!

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  34. I would use the script in my bathroom.

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  35. I would use it for my kitchen

    pattifritz2000 at yahoo dot com

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  36. I'd try it on the water spots on the outside of my windows where our sprinklers hit. They're a mess!

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  37. I would use this on my kitchen floor for sure. thankyou, ken

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