|Item Weight||7.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.7 x 1.7 x 7.1 inches|
|Item model number||Silver|
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|Recommended Uses For Product||Cooking|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||1.7 x 1.7 x 7.1 inches|
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Volume: 100ml/ 3.4oz
Product size: 1.6inch × 7inch
Product weight：5.9 ounces
Widely used: oil, seasoning, water and other liquids
Function: Can be sprayed into mist, cook delicious food and control grease
Widely used: frying steak, salad, making, cooking, baking, grilling, frying, air fryer, etc.
- Do not wash with boiling water, handle the glass with care.
- It can be cleaned with water or detergent. Do not use boiling water for cleaning and disinfection
- This product is fragile. Please pay attention to avoid collision
Wave pattern design, easy to press and not slippery
Air pressure straw
Leak proof design
Thread design, strong sealing, no oil leakage when inverted
Groove design, increase friction and effective anti-skid
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Reviewed in the United States on August 29, 2022
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I was watching a YouTube video about how avocado oil is better for you than butter or canned non-stick spray.
I got this to test the claim there is no yucky after taste using avocado oil.
This is not a review of any oil over another, but the sprayer. It delivers a mild mist that does not go all over your kitchen as some sprayers do. My stove hood stays much cleaner because thereʼs no aerosol spray going anywhere near it. Perfect.
This is rather small, but it is so cute on my counter. It also fits very well in my small, arthritic hands.
Much less fire risk or burning of hands. I love it.
Note: This does not spray a big fan pattern of oil like an aerosol can sprayer does, but the whole point (for me) is to avoid the aerosol type sprays.