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Post Sun Jul 07, 2013 1:19 pm
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JIm,

Sorry for the delay, but I thought of you when I was in the super market looking for a can of this. The two supermarkets I was in did not sell it any more, but I did find a can of Webber brand cooking spray at Lowes.
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Post Wed Jul 10, 2013 5:13 pm
tex_toby well done
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I have used a Misto for a few years to mist olive oil on my grill grates, food or whatever. The nozzle will require frequent cleaning to keep it from shooting a stream. I love mine. I recently broke my original one by dropping it on the concrete (broke plastic lid), but I just ordered another one on Amazon. That's my only complaint - the plastic lid. Wish it was made from the same material as the body. When I break this one, I'll order another... ;)
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Post Wed Jul 10, 2013 6:30 pm
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tex_toby wrote:
I have used a Misto for a few years to mist olive oil on my grill grates, food or whatever. The nozzle will require frequent cleaning to keep it from shooting a stream. I love mine. I recently broke my original one by dropping it on the concrete (broke plastic lid), but I just ordered another one on Amazon. That's my only complaint - the plastic lid. Wish it was made from the same material as the body. When I break this one, I'll order another... ;)


Ah - so that's why my Misto sometimes shoots a stream of oil rather than a mist. I thought it was because I pumped it up too much and the pressure was too high.
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Post Thu Jul 11, 2013 9:55 am
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Location: Van Alstyne, Texas

CharredGriller wrote:
tex_toby wrote:
I have used a Misto for a few years to mist olive oil on my grill grates, food or whatever. The nozzle will require frequent cleaning to keep it from shooting a stream. I love mine. I recently broke my original one by dropping it on the concrete (broke plastic lid), but I just ordered another one on Amazon. That's my only complaint - the plastic lid. Wish it was made from the same material as the body. When I break this one, I'll order another... ;)


Ah - so that's why my Misto sometimes shoots a stream of oil rather than a mist. I thought it was because I pumped it up too much and the pressure was too high.


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