GSI Outdoors Compact Scraper - After a tasty meal in the great outdoors, use the Compact Scraper from Gsi Outdoors to ensure your pot is good to go the next time you need it. The lightweight Compact Scraper has scrapers on both sides to ensure a clean pot every time.
- Hard plastic end scrapes stubborn, burned-on foods from your pot
- Flexible rubber end helps serve up that last bit of spaghetti sauce or oatmeal
- Lightweight, dual-sided pot scraper
- Soft rubber blade wipes away grease and liquids from your dishes
- Lightweight and compact for convenient packing
The GSI Compact Scraper makes cleaning pots and pans in the backcountry a snap.
The ergonomic shape reaches into the corners of camping pots and pans with ease.
The hard edge scrapes tough, burnt-on foots away.
The soft rubber side wipes away grease and liquids.
Non-stick safe - it won't damage the finish on your pots, unlike chizzeling with a spork or pocket knife.
Weighs just over 1/2 oz - no reason not to bring it with you on your next camping trip.
Keeping your camping pots and pans clean in the backcountry keeps you healthy, and the GSI Compact Scraper makes that easier than ever before.
Clean up your camping pots and pans in a flash with the Compact Scraper from GSI Outdoors.
Cooking in the backcountry can get messy. When food threatens to permanently crust over your pots or grease wants to cling to your packable bowl, pull out the Compact Scraper from GSI Sports Products. The hard plastic side keeps dry noodles from becoming a permanent fixture on your alpine pot, while the soft rubber blade wipes your dishes of grease and other annoying liquids.
The GSI Outdoors Compact Scraper is a lightweight non-stick safe solution to pot scrubbing.
Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
This Compact Scraper gets the pots cleaner, faster. Or use it to scrape the last morsel onto your plate!
Lightweight, dual-sided pot scraper with a soft rubber blade. Use with your GSI cookware or other pots and pans.
Get those backcountry pots spick-and-span with this dual-sided pot scraper.