$15.00 Starbucks GC plus Scrigit (it will save your manicure!)-Ends 5/28 | Miki's Hope

$15.00 Starbucks GC plus Scrigit (it will save your manicure!)-Ends 5/28

Thursday, April 30, 2015


I was asked to review Scrigit--a portable small tool that helps you to remove all manner of labels, stuck on food etc. It says it is also good for opening shrink wrapped materials--you know those CD's you are dying to listen to IF you can get the shrink wrap off. I generally end up using a sharp steak knife for that procedure but I have cut myself on occasion so not such a great idea. I'm pretty lucky with my nails--they are hard and grow very quickly. I find myself using my nails not only for things I want to get off or open--but also for my Mom and clients! They generally have just had their nails done professionally or their nails just aren't strong and they know mine won't break as easily. I really do not mind helping everyone out--but I am not always around. My Mom of course will just bring whatever object it is to the car and I have to sit there and get the label off or open it BEFORE we can leave. Think I'll be handing my Mom one of the Scrigits I received but honestly she will probably still get me to do it!! I will be keeping one in the glove compartment for such occasions!!

What I am really happy about is that it helps get those labels off plastic contains--I recycle and try as I might I can never quite get those labels off and you really should not leave them on--And there is the remains of an old sticker on my rear window of my car--finally--I can get it off there. Strange how little things can make you very happy!!

Here is a video to watch to get an idea of how great this product is--and watch how it can be used. It is sold on Amazon and the prices are very reasonable! $6.99 Pack of 2 and $9.99 Pack of 5 The links below will take you to the Amazon pages (I am not an affiliate)



This is what I received and what one lucky US winner will also receive:


Scrigit Scraper Scratch Free Cleaning Tool (Pack of 2)

Scrigit Scraper Scratch Free Cleaning Tool (Pack of 5)

$15.00 Starbucks Gift card

You can find out more by visiting Scrigits website or their Facebook

Now on to the giveaway!!

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70 comments :

Frugal Mom and Wife said...

This is so cool. I really hate getting into those sealed toy packages. If your not careful you can cut yourself. I would love to win one and drink Starbucks while I use it!!

Cali Willette said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I like how safe this is to use instead of a dangerous. sharp knife. :)

Mommy 2 J.A.M. said...

DiD you say Starbucks and a GC to Scrigit? I am in and I am crossing my fingers I win

Masshole Mommy said...

I know so many people love Starbucks, so I am sure this will be a popular giveaway!

Christy Maurer said...

I'd use it to get all those stickers off of things! I do wreck my nails that way!

mail4rosey said...

I laughed about your mom. My mom would probably still make me do it too. ;) I learned that they have flat and round edges. I'd use it most to remove old box labels. I reuse my boxes when I mail things out and sometimes getting those labels off is a bear.

Maria said...

Awesome!! I love Starbucks! I wish they delivered though... lol

Holly @ Woman Tribune said...

What a genius idea for a product! My nails break very easily, but labels are just annoying to try and peel off anyway even if they didn't break. This sounds like a perfect solution!

Janet W. said...

I learned they make a flat edge and rounded edge scraper. I'd use this to remove labels off of items instead of using my fingernails.

Jessica said...

I have so many little fix it projects that would be taken care of it with this! And, I love a visit to Starbucks!

bxcrochet said...

What a great tool. I am always struggling to open my daughter's new toys so I could definitely use it.

Michelle F.

Coolmoms Cooltips said...

I always reuse boxes and getting rid of the labels is an issue. Thanks for the giveaway. I am afraid it will popular but I am still hopeful :)

Janet Krugel said...

I need something like this because my son is always putting stickers on stuff around our house!

Tough Cookie Mommy said...

This is a great giveaway. I always have trouble due to my long nails so this is very convenient.

Crystal Green said...

This is a great little tool. I always end up tearing up my nails when I try to open up annoying wrapping like that.

Amy C. said...

I think these are great! I needed one today when I was scrapping a gummy label off an ink pad. I like the small size and the flat and round ends.

Crystal said...

I refuse to throw away any glass jars. I love reusing them for crafts and other DIYs. I need one of these scrapers.

Jeanine said...

This is great! Love Starbucks!!! . I haven't ever seen those little scrape tools they look like they would be very handy! Very cool and convenient!

Theresa Mahoney said...

My nails are in terrible shape from all the scraping I do with them. I could really use a set of these!

Melissa Storms said...

These would be great to have for stickers and I think the flat edge would be great for scraping around my windows.

Katherine Bartlett said...

Great giveaway. I never do my nails because they get ruined so easily.

Nancy said...

This is a very handy tool to have around. I might use it to remove sticker residue from items I buy.

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

Rebecca Swenor said...

This seems like an awesome tool indeed to have around. I would probably use it for everything the video talked about. Thanks so much for sharing and I do think it would be handy to keep one in the glove compartment.

June Ebinger said...

Thanks for the giveaway! I like how safe this is to use instead of a dangerous. sharp knife

Raquel Mitchell said...

That’s a fantastic giveaway. Like me, people love free stuff so it thrills me to no end when I see it from blogs. The product will give everyone’s nails a chance to rest too.

Dhemz said...

how cool! this is what I needed.

Amanda Simkin said...

This sounds like a good product. I am constantly hurting my nails trying to scrape the last of labels off of things, from vases to toys.

Amanda
www.queenofthelandoftwigsnberries.com

Mrs.D said...

Sounds like a great product to try.

kristi dominguez said...

Great review, Miki! This looks like a very handy little tool!

Kate K said...

What a great tool! I'm always breaking my fingernails opening boxes, or getting them all gooey scraping off price tags. I'd love to win this. I don't drink coffee but LOVE getting iced tea and pumpkin bread at Starbucks!

Terri Ramsey Beavers said...

This sounds like something I or anyone could really use. Thanks so much for the sweet giveaway and information.

Frugal and Fun Mom said...

Very nifty tool. I don't know how many times I have messed up my nails doing similar tasks! Great giveaway by the way!

Ourfamilyworld said...

I so nee this as I am always struggling to open packages. Thanks for the chance to win

Angela Saver said...

I learned it is great for reaching into tight spaces, grooves and crevices. I would use it to remove labels so I don't tear up my nails doing so!

andysavi.mom@gmail.com

David Smith said...

I learned that the scraper is shaped like a human fingernail. I'd use it for scraping off all kinds of things around the house, garage and car.

Amanda McMahon said...

Agreed! My nails are bad enough.Scrigit Scrapers seem to be ideal for Christmas time: ) afterall Santa doesn't leave price Tags

Bonnie Hilligoss said...

This looks like a very handy tool!
I didn't learn anything else new from their website. I, too, have strong thumbnails and lately have been using them to open those pesky pill packages that the pills are supposed to just pop out. They DON'T just pop out and sometimes even require scissors! I'm glad to have found out about Scrigit.

Housewife Eclectic said...

Awesome! This is so cool!

June Lisle said...

I would probably use it a lot for things like soap scum and opening plastic.

Cylina Williams said...

I could use this for so many things, from paint after I paint the walls or the kids gunk from the table.

Amer Ican said...

I would use this for opening the packages foods come in mostly but, there seems to be a lot of uses.

Tish Wilson said...

I really like this tool and would love to win it! I could see it being great for things in the kitchen and bathroom; really anywhere though!

ReviewsSheROTE Pamela R said...

I Learned that the durable specially selected hygienic plastic used to make the scraper tool is safe to use on most household and automotive surfaces!!

Joy Person said...

I learned that the scraper is shaped like a human fingernail. Pretty cool and very handy!

Charity Cram said...

I learned there is a rounded and flat edge scrapper. I would use to remove extra glue on crafting projects

Lisa Olsen said...

Love his so cool

David Fultner said...

I think this would work much better than a butter knife.

slehan said...

I like the different tips. I'd use it most often to get price stickers off.
Thanks for the contest.

slehan at juno dot com

Allison said...

I would use this most in the kitchen. With 2 kiddos food get stuck all over the counters lol.

Amy Orvin said...

I learned that this tool removes small amounts of common substances, such as food, candle wax, etc. If I won, I would use it to remove candle wax.

Annamarie Voss said...

What a great tool, I would use this around the house all the time. I like that you could use it to get candle wax off and paint.

Deborah W said...

I would use the Scrigit to get off stickers and wax among other things around the house. Sounds like a great tool to have around the house.

kathryn matkin said...

I learned that it is a tool, not a chemical, so I would feel comfortable using it almost on anything, including nails. I tend to favor more natural products, so that fact it's not a harsh chemical got me happy.

SiNn said...

I learned this is a tool one id use on every cup thing ii buy that has sticker labels on them im a bit ocd and have to have them off

awesome give away ty for thechance

Beverly Gordon

Lindsay said...

Great giveaway, thanks!

Lauren said...

I would use this tool to scrape off labels from jars.

Fizzgig said...

I learned the it's made of hygienic plastic and safe to use on plexiglass windows. I'll use it to scrape the paint off the glass on my french doors. No amount of razor blading seems to be able to get into the corners, I think the shape and size of this will be perfect!

Gabby in Progress said...

I would use the Scrigit to open soda pop can ( because I bite my nails to the nub) and to scrape all the dried food that my kids leave on the counters. The counters are old tile and the grout is really hard to clean. I can see how the scrapper would really help out in cleaning the grout lines.

Melissa Lawler said...

It has a round edge and a flat edge and I will use it to get stickers off my dishware!

Gina Gallagher said...

I will use this tool for removing price stickers. I wish I had thought of this idea. :)

kaflickinger74 said...

I learned how to use one and also the best places to keep them so you can find one when you need one.

Lisa T said...

I learned that there is a rounded edge and flat edged scraper. It would be really helpful for getting price stickers off purchases!

karen beckett said...

WOW! What a neat little tool the Scrigit is! I am always ruining my nails because I use them as tools,so I would really love one of these. I could use it to remove labels & clean gunk off things around the house.

Katherine Riley said...

This would come so in handy during the holidays when I am wrapping gifts to take the price tags off.

Shelly Peterson said...

I learned that the design of the Scrigit Scraper cleaning tool is based on the shape of a finger nail as well as the shape of a pen and I would use this on adhesive labels.

Laurie Murley said...

I learned that The rounded wedge shape of the Scrigit Scraper is based on the shape of a finger nail

Amanda Sakovitz said...

I learned this is safe to use on plexiglass windows. I would use this to get my makeup off my desk!

Betsey Terry said...

i always have problems with sticky labels!

Natalie said...

I learned the Scrigit Scraper is a versatile cleaning tool that provides a quick, safe and convenient alternative to fingernails and other types of scrapers as a way to remove small amounts of common substances, such as food, candle wax, soap, paint, adhesive labels, grease and grime, from flat and curved household surfaces, such as dishes, kitchen and bathroom counter tops and floors. I would use it to scrape off adhesive labels from some of the items I buy.

Emily Endrizzi said...

I learned that the Scrigit Scraper has two scrapers on it: a rounded edge scraper and a flat edge scraper. I would use it to remove paint from the edges of my mirror. I tried to use my fingernails, but they weren't strong enough to get it all off. This would be perfect for that.

 
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