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  • Flexible rubber end helps serve up that last bit of spaghetti sauce or oatmeal
  • Hard plastic end scrapes stubborn, burned-on foods from your pot
  • Lightweight and compact for convenient packing

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Specs

Best Use Backpacking
Material(s) Rubber / plastic
Dimensions 3.5 x 2.25 x 0.125 inches
Weight 0.4 ounces
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little tool This is a great little camp kitchen utensil. I got one just before my most recent backpacking trip. It works great as a small spatula for doing things like flipping trail flat bread, eggs, etc. It also is great, as the description metions, for getting the last of the oatmeal out of the pot. The hard side does a commendable job of scrapping burned on food out of pots and pans. To be realistic, it can't do it all. Some jobs just require steel wool (tends to happen with eggs no matter how careful I am), but it'll get the pots clean enough to cook with again until you get home. This thing lives in the top pocket of my pack along with my spork.
Date published: 2010-11-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A review about a pot scraper? Who ever thought someone would waste time reviewing a pot scraper? Really. But here I am, I really felt like this pot scraper needed some love. I saw it here all lonely with no reviews so here it goes. It's rough and tough and it's hard on those stubborn burnt-on-rice-bottoms. But unlike many others, this little guy has a gentle soft side too; great for collecting all the gooey oatmeal and chili leavings from just about any pot. He always comes with me because I like dirty deeds done dirt cheap.
Date published: 2008-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great device! I have two of these because if i lost one I would probably cancel my trip :( not really, but they really make cleaning sooo much easier. Perfect for burned rice, potatoes, etc while using the hard side, and great for oatmeal, chili, etc while using the soft side. It's small enough you could probably attach a carabiner through the hole of it, but I keep mine in a pocket on my pack. I definitely bring it with me on all my backpacking and camping trips. A side note, both of the ones I have received from REI have been orange where the picture shows white, and grey where the picture shows blue. Not sure if they stock assorted colors, doesn't really make a difference to me, but thought I would add that info in here.
Date published: 2012-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from favorite cooking/cleanup utensil I just taught a course for the scouts on lightweight backpacking and bought some of these to use as door prizes. I told the class that they were "my favorite piece of equipment for cooking and cleaning" on a backpacking trip. I tell scouts to keep the scraper scrupulously clean and then to use it after a meal to eat *all* of the food leftover in a pot. They should then add a little water to the pot and clean with a finger, then drink the water. This tool really helps with Leave No Trace.
Date published: 2014-02-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Scraper, Spoon, Mouse bait... Pros: Soft edge for getting the pot extra clean, hard edge doubles as a knife for cheese or butter Cons: Mice thought mine was tasty... :( How to wash your GSI FairShare Mug: Take this handy-dandy Scraper and use the soft edge to get your mug just about sparkling clean. Use the hard edge to get rid of any caked on stuff. Put a wee bit of boiling water in your mug (include your Scraper if you want to kill two birds with one stone). Give your Mug a few shakes (careful of the steam and boiling water forcing its way through the lid seal). Vouala! Other than mine being mouse food the first night, it held up really well. Definitely would buy again (have to, actually, since mine is now a bit toothed).
Date published: 2015-09-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Should have bought this long ago! I used to use pebbles from ground to clean the pan. With this scrapper, it's so much easier to clean the pan/pot because of rounded and straight edges. One side of the edge is stiff which is nice to scrape the hard food off. Other side is more of cleaning the food out. Very compact and practical to use if you are minimalist.
Date published: 2014-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from does the job i used this on an outward bound backpacking trip, we practiced leave no trace ethics, so we couldnt wash our pots, these lil scraper things work like a charm. the hard side got all the burnt mashed potatoes out and the soft side could get the left over oatmeal etc. anyways it works great, everyone on a backpackingtrip should have one
Date published: 2009-06-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Actual weight I use this in conjunction with the 1.1litre pot by GSI. It cleans things up lic-itky slit and is super convenient much like a non-stick surface is. Great to be able to get every last bit out of your meal and cleans up the pot.. Makes washing very minimal. It only does one thing and it seems like it could be made lighter or attach to a utensil if they wanted to. Actual weight of mine is 0.6oz not 0.4oz as stated in description.
Date published: 2012-01-03
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