Invention Resource International Announces The Scouring Fork: Making Dishwashers Obsolete
The Scouring Fork works equally well whether in a professional kitchen or a kitchen in the home. It provides the needed scrubbing power to clean large pots and pans.
Murrells Inlet, SC, August 12, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Dish-washing and pot cleaning is a job few enjoy and most dread the red hands, fingers and arms after scrubbing big pots and pans. That no longer is a problem for a dishwasher in any type of environment when using the new Scouring Fork. It is an elongated, fork-like tool capped with a scouring pad that is specially designed for cleaning large dishes, pots and pants. The latest addition from Invention Resource International offers an easy way to clean a sink full of dirty pots.
The design intent is to provide and easier and more effective means of cleaning these utensils without damaging the hands or getting nasty debris under the fingernails. It works perfectly well and comes in a wide array of eye-catching colors to appeal to individual tastes and match various decors.
If you use the Scouring Fork, most times the dishwasher can be relieved of its standard duties. It works.
The Patent Pending Scouring Fork was invented by Frank J. Peavy of Bronx, NY who said, “This product is both efficient and a sanitary means of cleaning dishes, pots and pans. Even if one has a dishwasher it pays to rinse and get much of the cooking mess cleaned out before placing in the appliance...but let me tell you, if you use the Scouring Fork, most times the dishwasher can be relieved of its standard duties. It works.”
EDITOR'S NOTE: Development of this product is being handled by Invention Resource International. For more information about licensing or sale, contact the Licensing Department at Invention Resource International, Operations Center, 11661 Hwy 707, 1st Floor, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 TEL (800) 778-8814 — FAX (480) 907-2635