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[Canadian Tire] The Skrapr Cleaning Tool with Bonus Mini Skrapr Tool for only $6.49

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[Canadian Tire] The Skrapr Cleaning Tool with Bonus Mini Skrapr Tool for only $6.49

The Skrapr is the ultimate surface scraper.
Just add water and it will remove dried paint, burnt food, chewing gum, ice, grease and glue.
Safely cleans glass stove tops, countertops, cookware, granite, marble, ceramic and hardwood.
No harsh chemicals needed.
Includes Bonus Mine Skrapr Tool.
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Sep 23, 2011
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I bought one of these after seeing that Dragon's Den episode. I have some old stains left over from food/grease on my glass top stove. The effects are not as dramatic as the demonstrations. If I angle the Skrapr correctly I can maybe remove 1mm at a time. If your leftovers are old like mine, you should probably look for something else.
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Why buy this when you can use a putty knife?
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isthisreallife wrote: I bought one of these after seeing that Dragon's Den episode. I have some old stains left over from food/grease on my glass top stove. The effects are not as dramatic as the demonstrations. If I angle the Skrapr correctly I can maybe remove 1mm at a time. If your leftovers are old like mine, you should probably look for something else.
Any suggestions? I have some really old burnt on grease stains on my glass stove top that I can't seem to get rid of.
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I watched the episode of Dragons Den and bought these. It was a huge disappointment. I found them almost useless.
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codtongues wrote: I watched the episode of Dragons Den and bought these. It was a huge disappointment. I found them almost useless.
The video is deceptive.
Cold stove and a blow torch.
When was the last time you burned food on a cold surface
The burned on whatever could probably have been cleaned off with a damp cloth
No wonder you were disappointed
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j831 wrote: Any suggestions? I have some really old burnt on grease stains on my glass stove top that I can't seem to get rid of.
I have a Skrapr, honestly sometimes the back of your chefs knife is the way to go for hard crusts OR use this ASTONISH paste from the UK Your text to link here... coupled with Scotch brite blue sponge or a melamine sponge it gets everything.
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You can get a razor blade from Homedepot for like 2 bucks and does the same thing.
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fakejordan wrote: You can get a razor blade from Homedepot for like 2 bucks and does the same thing.
yeah but when your friends come over you can't do a demonstration of how cool it is
and tell them it was shown on Dragons Den !

here you chk this out, the $2 POS ugly blade i got from HD vs
ladies and gents, here's this amazing new revolutionary tool
which multi millionairs invested on and got me all excited on TV voila !
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j831 wrote: Any suggestions? I have some really old burnt on grease stains on my glass stove top that I can't seem to get rid of.
I am still looking bud. Let us know if you found something that works though.
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Will this work to remove wallpaper and glue? It only states paint. I have wallpaper on top of popcorn walls so also not a smooth surface. We are going to resurface the wall but I am having a hard time getting the wallpaper and glue off.
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The key to remove any stain or material is to know A little bitofchemistry. If you are trying to remove grease than use a high ph cleaning solution. In a range of 11-13ph. Apply chemical, allow to dwell for 5-7 min, wipe away or aggitate with brush. I personally bought a drill brush attachment from Chemical Guys. Makes cleaning anything much easier with a drill.
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isthisreallife wrote: I am still looking bud. Let us know if you found something that works though.
My wife uses some kind of glass cleaner/polish. Have you tried a polish? I bet even Mother's automotive polish would work.

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