Anybody who’s used a food grater before knows how easy it can be to accidently cut themselves on the sharp blades. That’s exactly what motivated first-time inventor Lori Turk to develop SAFEGRATE™, a food grip hand guard that can easily be used with a wide variety of food and graters to protect your hands from getting cut. The product’s affordability, size and usefulness make it the perfect holiday gift or stocking stuffer. This new must-have kitchen gadget is available for purchase in select retail stores and on Amazon.
“I use my grater frequently, which unfortunately means I’ve cut my fingernails and knuckles a few too many times,” explained Turk, Owner of April Ideas and Inventor of SAFEGRATE™. “I knew there needed to be a safer way to use graters, and that’s why I developed this product. It makes using any grater, mandolin or knife easier and safer for the whole family. Children as young as four-years-old are able to use the product, since it forms to the size of any hand. It really speeds up the process of grating as well, because you don’t have to work as slowly or carefully to ensure safety. This is a great holiday gift that makes a common food preparation task much quicker and safer.”
The SAFEGRATE™ food holder makes grating safer by stabilizing the food item and keeping the hands a safe distance from the grater’s sharp blades. The product also works with a multitude of food items, including hard or soft cheeses, potatoes, carrots, beets, ginger, nutmeg, chocolate and fruit. Because it’s made from stainless steel, the gadget is durable and dishwasher safe.
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Disclaimer: I have teamed up with SAFEGRATE™ in support of this campaign. We received compensation for participation in this campaign. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.