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GADGET: SKrAPr

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The standard SKrAPr with the free mini version. Photo courtsy SKrAPr.
 

Tired of expending elbow grease to clean burned on or dried food from cooktops, stoves, ovens, barbecue grills, baking pans and counter tops?

So was Richard Lambert, who solved the problem by inventing the whimsically-spelled SKrAPr. This kitchen gadget looks like a merger of a spatula and a paint scraper.

The non-scratching blade scrapes residue off of smooth surfaces. The material is a patented composite resin that works on all smooth surfaces: aluminum, ceramic, glass, granite, hardwood, marble and stainless steel.

Most messes can be SKrAPed up with water as the only lubricant—no chemical cleaners required.

If SKrAPr looks like a device that can scrape off paint splatters or de-ice car windshields—well yes, it is.

 
The Skrapr website isn’t up yet, but there is a Facebook page. You can buy it on Amazon.com ($14.51) and at retailers like Bed, Bath & Beyond.

There’s a limited lifetime warranty.

The company makes other tools as well, including:

  • Grill Cleaner
  • Curv Spreading Tool (spatula)
  • Spreader Set
  • Ice cream Skoopr
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