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    Mop Brush

    Mop brushes come in cloth/string, metal and silicone. What is your preferred type of brush? Anyone skip the mop brush and squirt the mop on the meat from a bottle?

    #2
    Silicone dude.

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      #3
      +1 on the silicone.

      I usually spoon on the sauce then spread with a silicone brush.

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      • Jerod Broussard
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        I'm a squirter straight from the cheapest bottle of sauce I can find.

      • Nate
        Nate commented
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        Jerod Broussard , just depends on what brand it is... definitely have squirted some sweet baby rays on more than one occasion.

      #4
      I like silicon. Easy clean up

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        #5
        Silicone for sure ... squeeze bottle, too.

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          #6
          We use silicone , easy to clean and they last .

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            #7
            For a spritz, I'll use a spray bottle. For the glaze at the end, I'll get lazy and simply drizzle it out of the bottle of honey that I'm using. Probably should use a brush, though...

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              #8
              Silicone or spray .

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                #9
                I don't mop, but I use silicon brushes often.

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                  #10
                  Squirted and siliconed some sauce on a rack of St. Louis this evening.

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