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Everytime I do the dishes or clean the
table, there are certain food
"deposits" that can only be removed
by the judicious use of my thumbnail
(for scraping). How about a pot
scrubber with a business end made
from the very same substance? I'm
thinking that since cow horns and
are basically made from
the same stuff, they would do a great
job scraping off the baked on lasagne
(or whatever). Also, since it's
relatively soft, it would do less
damage to cookware than the
alternative: steel knife or spoon. The
implement could even be in the form
of an oversized thumb.
Plastic Pot Scraper
Close, but plastic, not hoofen. [Laughs Last, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]
||Save yr nail clippings and attach them to a brush handle.
||Wow - a sensable idea that could forseeably be baked. Bun for you, sir! [+]
||The scraping portion would biodegrade being made of a horses hoof, I don't want to scrape my dishes with a rotting fake thumb. A plastic or rubber scraper would be cheaper, easier to make, and not decompose in few months.
||Wild horses couldn't make me clean that...no, wait...
||croissant for the oversized thumb.