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Mr Scrappy Tool
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on 8 May 2014
It is supposed to act as a "sink guard" so that it allows water through but not cutlery or random things. However on my insinkerator it doesn't "sit" above the plug.. it always sinks down and seals the plug.

So its pretty much useless to me except as a tool to push food down
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on 4 September 2014
Its expensive, cheap looking and not that useful to use. I have now decided to use a wooden hand-held lemon/citrus squeezer and a metal plug hole stopper that came with the insinkerator. Much more ergonomic, nicer to use and look at and a good deal cheaper! Im keeping this as a spare but would not buy again.
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on 21 March 2016
Not sure what I can say really. it does stuff things innt oa waste disposal. The rubber seal sits tight on the waste opening. does what it is supposed to do. Safer than using your hands or a wooden spoon :-) Would be nice if they made a stainless steel version though to match the sink.
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on 19 May 2016
its ok not really a lot you can say but you could use just about anything to poke down the waste ... would i buy again... most likely not as there are cheaper options available
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on 6 March 2018
Replacement for one that was nearly 10 yrs old.
Great tool to use with waste bdisposal unit
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on 4 October 2017
Fabulous - good quality - does the trick and a great dual plug and tool to push down the food.
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on 2 December 2017
Excellent tool for the waste disposal, works well and keeps the sink clear
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on 18 May 2017
A great tool, which does exactly what it was designed to do.
The edge at the end helps to remove those bits on the frying pan or plates that have become stuck.
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on 10 May 2015
Nothing quite like it on the market. This is my 3rd one . They tend to disintegrate after about 18 months. Quite expensive for something that can be made for a few pence though
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on 3 December 2017
I Have had this item before so I knew it was good.
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