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Looking for a sprayer for spritzing

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    Looking for a sprayer for spritzing

    So I got this one from Amazon:

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    On my third cook it is now leaking out from the top, it's useless. $15 wasted.

    I need something else to spritz with. I have used a plain water bottle once we'd drunk it dry, poked some holes in the top, but I wanted a more even spray rather than drizzling.

    This one didn't allow tilting to get spritz on the sides and back, either, if it wasn't perfectly upright, it wouldn't spray.

    Any suggestions?

    I got THESE a few years ago on amazon.com. They currently show up as unavailable ... but there appear to be very similar alternatives.


    • bbqLuv
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      The picture looks to be copied and pasted.
      what no comment! LOL

    • MBMorgan
      MBMorgan commented
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      bbqLuv - Nope! Purely original(ish) art!!

    • Santamarina
      Santamarina commented
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      I use a similar model to these. Work great!

    This is the one Harry Soo uses:


    Malcom Reed:

    Last edited by IFindZeroBadCooks; September 5, 2021, 12:13 PM.


      DogFaced PonySoldier you need to be careful selecting your sprayer especially if you are using anything acidic like vinegar in it. Or you will be eating your sprayer, literally. You need to get one rated for vinegar and are food safe. The garden sprayers are not. There are not many that are safe for this application. Happy hunting.

      Last edited by lostclusters; September 5, 2021, 12:27 PM.


      • Dr. Pepper
        Dr. Pepper commented
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        Thanks. While it doesn't offer a 'push button' spray, I agree that it sounds food safer.

      • jecucolo
        jecucolo commented
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        I have this sprayer and use it for olive oil. Works very good. I have tried bbq sauce in to yet

      I have a chops power injector. You can swap the hose on it out from the injection head to a spray wand.


        I’ve used this for oils for 3 yrs without failure.

        EVO 18 Ounce Reusable Oil Sprayer https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FMXG8XI...K5QQ4DZXZ4WGFG


          Some good options here, thanks guys.


            Have the Malcom Reed Big Orange Sprayer. Like it.


              I got Malcom's even though it is way overkill for my uses. Work's great.


                I buy them from the dollar store.


                  I usually go buy the smaller spray bottles from Ace, Rural King, Lowes, or Home Depot. I fill them with about what I think I’ll need for the cook and always clean them out very well afterwards. They work really well for me. Even if (when) it starts leaking, I’m only out 2 bucks. https://www.acehardware.com/departme...B&gclsrc=aw.ds



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