The Ranting Reviewer does not get paid or receive any revenue from manufacturers or retailers of products reviewed. I occasionally receive products that I am asked to use and see what I think. I take a look, try them out and tell you all about them.
I received a box some days ago with four items from GIR (Get It Right).
Here we have an all too common problem. The mayo jar has some left in it but it is way down there and tough to get. I wish I had a small spatula that could reach down deep inside and help me use all the mayo I’m entitled to.
My existing spatula is way to big.
Luckily the Mini Magenta Spatula has both a small head and a long handle. It makes this chore, and others like it, a breeze.
The Lime Spatula is a great workhorse spatula. Made of sturdy silicone, it can lift these empanadas,
while also being flexible to work itself around the bowl of my food processor.
Next up is the Studio White Lid which is available in 5 different sizes.
Here I have a dish of leftovers with no lid to be found. I could try foil (not air tight) or plastic wrap (my nemesis because it folds on itself and I can never get it to work).
The best choice is the Studio Lid. Just set the lid on top of both bowl and it automatically adheres.
The seal is so tight that I can lift this bowl up by just lifting the lid. No air is sneaking in there. To remove, it is easy to just peel off.
The last tool is the Red Scraper. This is truly a multi-tool.
You can use it to help you cut dough.
The curved edge fits the inside of a mixing bowl perfectly, so it helps you scrape out everything from your bowls.
It even has a built-in ruler.
My Take: This collection of kitchen tools from GIR have a lot going for them. First, they are all made of anti-microbial, heat-resistant and dishwasher safe silicone. Each item comes in a wide variety of colors to match your kitchen and your tastes. They are eco-friendly and don’t contain any BPAs. Whether you are outfitting your kitchen or just need to pick up a great gift for someone else, take a look at these tools from GIR.